This is a discussion on Re: Firefox 3.6 and java - Mozilla ; On 22 Jan., 11:19, Dave Royal wrote: > Dave Royal wrote: > > KristleBawl wrote: > > >> KlausKrtschilexpressed an opinion: > >>> Hi, > > >>> today I updated to 3.6 successfully. But afterwards the installed > >>>javaplugin (1.6.18) ...
On 22 Jan., 11:19, Dave Royal
> Dave Royal wrote:
> > KristleBawl wrote:
> >> KlausKrtschilexpressed an opinion:
> >>> Hi,
> >>> today I updated to 3.6 successfully. But afterwards the installed
> >>>javaplugin (1.6.18) did not show up any more in aboutlugins. Even
> >>> using a fresh profile showed the same problem. I am on Linux and the
> >>>javaplugin is linked to:
> >>> /usr/java/jre1.6.0_18/plugin/i386/ns7/libjavaplugin_oji.so
> >> It's listed in the extensions now, instead of the plug-ins.
> > I have this:
> >Java(TM) Plug-in 1.6.0_17
> > File: libnpjp2.so
> > in aboutlugins as usual.
> > I have the plugin here
> > /usr/lib/jvm/java-1.6.0-sun-1.6.0/jre/plugin/i386/ns7/libjavaplugin_oji.so
> > though it's not obvious how Fx found it - there's no link to it in
> > plugins in my profile and the paths I see in about:config don't exist
> > This is OpenSuSE - Fx3.6 from Moz repo
> Further info which may be of help:
> I still have the 3.6RC here with its test profile. That one was a
> tarball from mozilla's website installed locally. It does /not/ have thejavaplugin. I deduce that - on my system at least - the tarball can't
> findjavabut the updated rpm can. Perhaps its configured in the
> I have a directory ~/.mozilla/plugins
> It contains a few things - eg flashplayer - but notjava
> I my updated Fx had failed to findjavaI would have put a symlink in
> there to the libjavaplugin_oji.so file. ISTR I often had to do that with
> Moz suite and SM.
> (Remove any numerics from my email address.)
Yes, I have that symlink in the mentioned location. It works perfect
with 3.5.7 but not after updating to 3.6.