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Hi, my mozilla don't run the java applet. I've installed jre-1.1 but nothing! why?...

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    Hi,
    my mozilla don't run the java applet.

    I've installed jre-1.1 but nothing!
    why?
    NighTiger Guest

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    NighTiger wrote:
     

    Did you read the instructions? Start here:

    http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/linux.html
    Jim Guest

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    Jim Bowering <net> wrote:
     
    >
    >Did you read the instructions? Start here:
    >
    >http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/linux.html[/ref]

    Well, I'm interested as well ... I did that stuff.
    (Installed the JRE and made the sym link)
    (Does there have to be something undoented added to the "Helper
    Apps")

    Now, I may be confusing things BUT I'm trying to run this nifty little
    java-script I was sent, it will work under my old Netscape 4.78.
    Actually I can't even run it from the command line (under my new
    Debian install) but I used to be able to under my old Slackware.

    http://www3.sympatico.ca/dmitton/CLOCK.HTM

    Opinions? Help? :-)
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    Doug Mitton wrote:
     
    >>
    >>Did you read the instructions? Start here:
    >>
    >>http://plugindoc.mozdev.org/linux.html[/ref]
    >
    > Well, I'm interested as well ... I did that stuff.
    > (Installed the JRE and made the sym link)
    > (Does there have to be something undoented added to the "Helper
    > Apps")
    >
    > Now, I may be confusing things BUT I'm trying to run this nifty little
    > java-script I was sent, it will work under my old Netscape 4.78.
    > Actually I can't even run it from the command line (under my new
    > Debian install) but I used to be able to under my old Slackware.
    >
    > http://www3.sympatico.ca/dmitton/CLOCK.HTM
    >
    > Opinions? Help? :-)[/ref]

    I can't get anything out of that page either, and my java's working. What you
    did should give you the plugin (does it show in about:plugins?) If your java
    isn't working at all, see if it's in your PATH. Check the file /etc/profile.

    Jim Guest

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    Jim Bowering <net> wrote:
     
    >>
    >> Well, I'm interested as well ... I did that stuff.
    >> (Installed the JRE and made the sym link)
    >> (Does there have to be something undoented added to the "Helper
    >> Apps")
    >>
    >> Now, I may be confusing things BUT I'm trying to run this nifty little
    >> java-script I was sent, it will work under my old Netscape 4.78.
    >> Actually I can't even run it from the command line (under my new
    >> Debian install) but I used to be able to under my old Slackware.
    >>
    >> http://www3.sympatico.ca/dmitton/CLOCK.HTM
    >>
    >> Opinions? Help? :-)[/ref]
    >
    >I can't get anything out of that page either, and my java's working. What you
    >did should give you the plugin (does it show in about:plugins?) If your java
    >isn't working at all, see if it's in your PATH. Check the file /etc/profile.[/ref]

    It is a very interesting (read fun) og clock/calendar made out of
    animated text characters.

    Yes, in "About PlugIns" it shows "java (tm) plug-in 1.4.2_02-b03" and
    a whole list of MIME Type names, description of Java and all enabled
    yes.

    As I said, maybe that page is something different BUT it works under
    an older version of Netscape so I thought I'd ask about it under this
    thread.

    Thanks for the response.


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    Doug Mitton wrote:
     

    Just tried it with my Netscape 4.77 and it worked. Followed the mouse around,
    too. I guess there's something wrong with the latest plugin.
    Jim Guest

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