Ubuntu :: Firefox 3.6 Cannot Work Java

Feb 25, 2010

Problem : Cannot get Firefox to work with Java
Firefox version : 3.6
Firefox Plugins : Java not showing in Firefox plugins
Operating system : Ubuntu 9.10 (Linux)
Java install :

Instruction : I have tried to follow the instruction from the lnks but still cannot get it to work.

Links: [URL]

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Selection Command
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Code: [URL]
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