On Mon, 14 May 2012 13:14:44 +0000, Francesco Pietra wrote:
> In answer to all who kindly considered the matter.
> I was to quick in posting. Having upgraded from squeeze to wheezy i386 I
> ha such troubles. Then , wanting emacs gchempaint, and pieces of kde
> (okular k3b), gnome 2 was updated to gnome3, which I did not know.
> I could install libreoffice, true firefox (avoiding iceweasel which does
> not support google fully and, more importantly, some of my connections
> to servers) and openjdk-6-jdk (now without any deletion).
Ah, that makes more sense to me :-)
> However, although firefox is set to java, java does not work in running
> common molecular applications (movies). Is any independent test of such
> installation of java available? Which outputs should I show in order to
> get help?
Go here and check for the output:
Also, from Firefox's address bar go to "about
lugins" and look for the
Java path. Should you experience any problem with the open Java, you can
try with Oracle's JRE instead.
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