Re: installing java plugin in browsers other than Iceweasel in amd64 etch
From: "Douglas A. Tutty" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: installing java plugin in browsers other than Iceweasel in
Date: Sun, 19 Aug 2007 15:06:24 -0400
On Sun, Aug 19, 2007 at 06:56:08PM +0000, Michael Fothergill wrote:
[snip stuff I know nothing about]
> If this is the case, what other browsers are there available in etch 4.0
> amd64 land (Epiphany is one I think) and in particular which ones are
> different enough to Iceweasel in code and java display technology that I
> might expect to get different (maybe better) results with these applets
> my case?
What about Konq with the konqueror-nsplugins package. Konq isn't a
geko browser yet the nsplugins package allows you to use mozilla
Thanks for the advice. I went in Synaptic (I am using gnome) and installed
konqueror. I also installed the konqueror-nsplugins package.....
Is that enough to install java on the browser? The applets don't work at
the moment in it but I can see web pages OK. How do I install mozilla
plugins into it? There is a konq-plugins deb package that I haven't
installed yet..... Should I install it? What does it do that the nsplugins
What does Knetattach do? Do I need this or is it just a gimmick?
The settings page in Konqueror says that java is installed globally etc...
but it doesn't work yet.
If you don't use KDE otherwise, I know its a lot to drag in. I don't
use KDE either but I like Konq (and k3b CD burner).
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