On Sunday 06 January 2008, Amadeus W.M. wrote:
>On Sun, 06 Jan 2008 11:25:15 -0800, Knute Johnson wrote:
>> I went back to F8 i386 yesterday because I need to be able to use Sun's
>> Java plugin with Firefox. In the process I found out a couple of
>> interesting things.
>> 1) The XINERAMA bug is indeed fixed with version 1.0-4 of libxcb
>> 2) You can configure the Sun Java plugin to work with alternatives just
>> like java and javac
>> I've updated my instruction page to reflect this. I also moved this
>> file although the old address will still work.
>> Knute Johnson
>> Molon Labe...
>I'm getting some errors trying to install java sun-compat:
>[root@phoenix ~]# rpm -q jre
>[root@phoenix ~]# rpm -qa | grep -i jpackage
>[root@phoenix ~]# rpm -Uvh java-1.6.0-sun-compat-1.6.0.03-1jpp.i586.rpm
>warning: java-1.6.0-sun-compat-1.6.0.03-1jpp.i586.rpm: Header V3 DSA
>signature: NOKEY, key ID c431416d
>error: Failed dependencies:
> jdk = 2000:1.6.0_03-fcs is needed by java-1.6.0-sun
>[root@phoenix ~]# yum list | grep -i jdk
>jdk.i586 2000:1.6.0-fcs installed
>ldapjdk.i386 4.17-1jpp.7 fedora
>ldapjdk-javadoc.i386 4.17-1jpp.7 fedora
>I can't find jdk 126.96.36.199. So I uninstalled sun's jre, installed sun's jdk
> and installation worked.
>Still, I can't view cnn video. If I remember correctly,
>cnn video used to be stored temporarily as /tmp/FlashXYZ. Doesn't seem to
>be the case anymore?
>Also, for my curiosity, the installation instructions (which I used in the
>past) from sun don't mention anything about jpackage and sun-compat.
>Are these packages really necessary (for sun's jre), and if so, why?
I just got through pulling the majority of my plugins back with amrecover, and
moving them to a /usr/lib/plugins that is a link to firefox/plugins, and the
lugins now shows a quite lengthy list including the java stuffs.
I can watch about 10 of the cnn video's, with good sound once I'd nuked that
busted pulseaudio, but somewhere around the 10th video in a row,
firefox-188.8.131.52 went away, to be replaced with its crash report form. It
has done that several times before when I was running FC6, now on F8, so if
enough of use submit those reports, it just might get fixed. I believe it is
a ff problem, not a fedora problem.
Has anyone installed the beta 3 of firefox? How is it working?
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