Ubuntu Installation :: Using Two Browser - Installing Java?
Sep 17, 2010
I want to install Java...? Where can i download and can anybody tell me how can i install it? I have one more doubt. I am using two browser with Ubuntu. I want to install software ( informenter in chrome). Is this possible to install it I already download informenter.xpi from web...But still facing problem to install it.
Code: ~ $ /usr/java/jre1.6.0_25/bin/java -showversion Error occurred during initialization of VMjava/lang/NoClassDefFoundError: java/lang/Object
That's the error I get. When trying to run a java app with the firefox plugin, the browser simply crashes if it's the 64bit java or tells me it's not installed if it's the 32bit version.
I'm at a loss as to what to do. I think it has something to do with leftover gunk from a previous version I misinstalled(Is that even a word?) Anyway, the only thing that google could come up with was a solution for windows which laid blame on Bill Gates for having a bunch of pf (java prefetch) files stuffed into c:windows for no apparent reason. The solution was to delete them, but I can't seem to find the java prefetch folder in linux. The method I used is downloading the rpm from java.com the rpm2tgz then installpkg then cp libnpjp2.so to firefox plugins folder.
I'm having a very strange error after upgrading to (K)Ubuntu 10.04.. basically Java Applets don't work in any browser (tried with Firefox, Chrome and Opera). The applet loads (plugin and JVM detected by all browsers) but it is grayed out. After trying all possible solutions I could think of (including installing alternatives jvm) I tried to run the browser as superuser: the applet is then working correctly. So somehow it seems to be a user right problem, but I'm not sure where this is coming from, both java (sun-6) and the browsers were installed and working ok in 9.10. Here is the directory list of /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun/jre/lib/i386
I'm looking for a browser than can handle heavy java usage. Firefox doesn't seem to be able to handle heavy usage anymore . Chromium does a decent job, but its just so different from Firefox I just can't get used to it. I have been trying to get used to chromium for over 2 weeks but can't because of the huge difference. So what other browsers can handle heavy java usage? On windows kmeleon was my go to browser to give you an idea of the browsers that I like.
I'm using SeaMonkey instead of FireFox, and this won't change. SeaMonkey is set to be the default browser in Preferred Applications I use a java chat client every day (.jar), which has a button that opens an appropriate web address.
The problem is, it opens that site with FireFox instead of my desired SeaMonkey.
The client runs fine with openjdk and sunjava too ( I have both installed ), but they both open sites with FireFox. In Sun Java 6 Plugin Control Panel I set the SeaMonkey launcher as "Command to launch default browser", but the client still opens sites with FireFox. As for OpenJDK, I haven't found any way to modify settings.
What I have is Xubuntu running as a VM with VirtualBox on my Windows 7 Media Center that is always on. I am trying to be able to remotely access an X display on that box to do network auditing/ various linux stuff from the various places I go. I would like it to be as simple as possible and leave no trace on the remote computer, so what I would like is to use a java-enabled browser to connect to an xvfb on xubuntu with SSL encryption. I almost got it working using cherokee/x11vnc/desktop.cgi but it only works once or twice and I get network errors even on localhost. I would rather just not have X running all the time on the VM and just have an xvfb display waiting/created when I log in remotely from a browser.
I thought I knew what I was doing, just a minimal install of slackware 13.1 for a game server (minecraft), but it seems I missed java or something - I get the "command not found" error. gcc-java is installed. What package did I miss/what series is it in? Does it have any dependencies?
I am using F13 and new to Linux, whenever I am browsing internet that contains java script, the browser crashes, showing error signal as: Package: firefox-3.6.3-4.fc13 Latest Crash: Wed 04 Aug 2010 12:00:09 PM Command: /usr/lib/firefox-3.6/firefox Reason: Process /usr/lib/firefox-3.6/firefox was killed by signal 11 (SIGSEGV) Comment: None Bug Reports: I also used google-chrome browser, same problem is arising there too.
When I tried to log in this morning I couldn't until I enabled Java scripts in my Opera browser. This must be something "new and improved". Could someone confirm this? I would prefer "old and lousy" rather than open up my computer to the world at large.
Is there any Linux software that allows accessing a pre-configured serial console via Browser using a java applet? I would like to access the serial management consoles of various hardware devices via browser.
This is my first post and I'm pretty new on Debian. I had used Ubunu for a while now and I've decided to move on Debian Squeeze.But I've one problem: I've a Java programm to install and the installer is GUI Java based. When I run the script, I've the next message:
Preparing to install. Extracting the JRE from the installer archive.Unpacking the JRE.Extracting the installation resources from the installer archive.Configuring the installer for this system's environment.Launching installer Graphical installers are not supported by the VM. The console mode will be used instead. Preparing CONSOLE Mode Installation. But this program is not able to run the installation in console mode.
I've tried to install sun-java6-jre but without success.Has anyone an idea to help me install this programm? My Configuration: Debian Squeeze 6.0 amd64.
I wanted to install Java so that I could play the popular game "RuneScape" on my Ubuntu system, but I followed the steps posted on the website and it said something like "Extract using the console" and gave me the name of the object to extract, but it did not say anything about what folder or anything, so the system did not know where to extract from.
installing java 1.4.2 JDK on 64-bit 10.04? I can't seem to find a whole lot about this anywhere. I've tried downloading the .bin from sun's archive site [java.sun.com/products/archive] but I get this error when running it:
I've been trying to use my work's SSL VPN. It uses Juniper Network Connect. I attempted setup from the VPN website and it would not install. As I later found out, this is due to the fact that it asks for the su password and Ubuntu doesn't use one.
I stumbled upon this link and script, which seems to be exactly what I'm looking for: http://mad-scientist.net/juniper.html. I tried to run the script and run network connect, but the script's setup needs a jre directory for 32 bit Java. Is it possible to install 32bit java on a machine running a 64bit operating system? If so, How can I go about doing this?
I have ubuntu version 4.10 with Mozilla Firefox as a browser. I have downloaded Adobe Flash Player plugin but I do not know how to get the plugin installed. I can navigate through the terminal a little but still learning. I do not know how to save the (.tar.gz) download to the desktop so it can be unpackaged and then copied to the usr/lib/mozilla/plugins folder. I am hoping the same procedure to install this plugin will be the same for the rest of the browser plugins.
Girlfriend with a problem: she needs to sign up at the unemployment office in Spain. She is here in China. But for reasons unknown, she can't access the bit which she needs to. It says: 'can't set the browser' Java is enabled and so on, we read the instructions. On her windoze computer, she has a digital certificate. I copied it onto my mem-stick. When I try to copy it from my mem-stick to my Linux machine, I can't. Not even as root! The folder is called 'certificado digital' and contains two folders:
Trash.(tilde)1 and VM_Ware_Workstation They both have some kind of encrypted stuff inside. Can this certificate be installed on my machine?? Trash has 5 things, VM_Ware_Workstation has 3 things. The guy who set this up for her told her she must use Mozilla. Is a certificate only valid with a particular browser?
I am having problems installing Java runtime on karmic. The problem is: jre depends on the bin, and the bin depends on the jre package... Anyway to solve that? Should I try forcing? I can't get Ubuntu to connect to the internet, so I downloaded the deb packages and put them on a USB stick.
i'm trying to install adobe flash player so i can view ..... videos in opera browser. without going into detail i have tried every possible way from all various instructions, even in the initial install it is suppose to install the flash player plugin from the software centre
1. Download and extract the tar.gz file anywhere on your computer.
2. Run it by double clicking the 'Iron' file or opening it from Terminal by typing './iron'
3. If you get an error that says error while loading shared libraries: libbz2.so.1.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory , you need to create a soft link to the libbz2 file located in /lib.
That can be done in the following manner:cd /lib ln -s libbz2.so.1.0.6 libbz2.so.1.0
You may have to replace 1.0.6 with the version number of the file that's on your computer.
I want to install sun_java_wireless_toolkit-2.5.2_01-linuxi486.bin.sh in my ubuntu 9.10. during installation it asked me to enter jdk path. I entered : /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun . But it showed me: Enter a path to the Java 2 SDK: /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun/jre Testing /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun/jre... /media/ALL-Backup/soft/linux/java_wireless_toolkit/sun_java_wireless_toolkit-2.5.2_01-linuxi486.bin.sh: 412: /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun/jre: Permission denied /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun is not a suitable Java interpreter Enter a path to a Java 2 SDK (For example: /user/jdk1.5/bin). You can type "exit" to cancel installation.
Im trying to install the JAVA on my 9.10 Ubuntu, and im having trouble. First off, when su is typed into terminal and im prompted for my password, i type it in and theres an authentication error. Is the root password something else?