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RE: F9: Firefox: Java based site fails to work.



craig...

the issue that he seems to be dealing with seems to be a function of the SUN
jre required in order to run the app on the client site. i'm not sure that
anything that you've pointed to relates to this specific issue.

so, there again.. if you don't want to help, you can simply delete the msg,
and move on.. there are others who apparently would try to offer a helping
hand...

a little karma goes along way....

peace...

-----Original Message-----
From: fedora-list-bounces redhat com
[mailto:fedora-list-bounces redhat com]On Behalf Of Craig White
Sent: Saturday, October 18, 2008 3:52 PM
To: Community assistance, encouragement,and advice for using Fedora.
Subject: Re: F9: Firefox: Java based site fails to work.


On Sat, 2008-10-18 at 15:19 -0400, Matthew Flaschen wrote:
> Craig White wrote:
> > On Sat, 2008-10-18 at 11:14 -0700, Dan Thurman wrote:
> >> I visited a java-based website and wondering why this
> >> site seems to say that I need to enable Java in order
> >> to use it?
> >>
> >> I checked FF preferences and Java is enabled so that
> >> is not the problem.
> >>
> >> Firefox works fine on a windows platform so perhaps
> >> I actually do not have Java installed on F9?  If so, what
> >> steps do I need to take in order to make it work?
> > ----
> > does it ever occur to you to search ???
> >
> > - the web?
> > - the installation notes?
> > - the fedoraproject wiki?
> > - the list archives?
> > - anywhere?
> >
> > before you ask the list?
>
> Did it ever occur to you to answer the question or keep your mouth shut?
>    Dan, you can check about:plugins to see what you have installed.
> IcedTea/OpenJDK, which is free and in Fedora repositories, will work for
> some sites.  However, others still require the proprietary Sun Java
----
for the record, I have previously suggested to OP that he is repetitive
with this behavior...asking the list before he makes any attempt to find
the answer himself.

also for the record (and I am not the biggest fan of this), the 'Mailing
List Guidelines' linked to at the bottom of each and every e-mail...the
very first paragraph...

Before Posting to the List
There are a number of ways you can find help within your system. If you
don't find the answer there, try to look into the list archives before
posting a question. This is a high volume list and chances are that
someone has already had the same problem you are now trying to fix. See
Useful Resources below for a list of places to try. Refer to this
presentation on mail etiquette that you should follow.

Since the topic of java-plugins for firefox on Fedora 9 has been
discussed at least 5 times on this list (if not 15) since the release of
Fedora 9, since the topic is mentioned in the Fedora 9 release notes and
since the topic is covered on the Fedora Project Wiki, and since the
topic is easily googled, it seemed to me to be a very fair response.

Also FTR, Iced Tea in Fedora 9 is now OpenJDK

Craig

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