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    On 04/24/2011 03:03, Jeff wrote:
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            <td style="font: inherit;" valign="top">In FF3 I had a
              symlink in my home directory for the java plugin:
              /home/Jeff/.mozilla/plugins/libjavaplugin_oji.so that
              pointed to:
              /Programs/JavaJRE/diablo-jre1.6.0/plugin/amd64/ns7/libjavaplugin_oji.so<br>
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              The symlink is still there but java applets stopped
              working with the upgrade to FF4 and the plugin is not
              listed in the plugins directory in FF4.<br>
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              Anyone know why?<br>
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    I'd take a guess that FF4 removed the plugin for some reason, maybe
    it was marked incompatible, outdated, etc. You could try to
    re-install the java PBI, or maybe switch to the openJDK version. <br>
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Kris Moore
PC-BSD Software
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