Hi Matthew, I do not know- I do not have at this moment working NetBSD. More what I found running openjdk was that xulrunner took almost all CPU time. At this moment I am happy with Arch- although I would like to go back to NetBSD as I feel far more comfortable. Let me try to install NetBSD current on Virtualbox (if possible) and test it. Please note that I have used the most current pkgsrc reporting these errors. I hope that helps. Piotr. Dnia 2009-12-08, wto o godzinie 10:51 -0500, matthew sporleder pisze: > On Fri, Dec 4, 2009 at 4:24 AM, Piotr Adamus > <panpiotradamus%gmail.com@localhost> wrote: > > Hello ! > > > > I need to have working Java plugin. I use it to run quite demanding > > applet- I attach the screen shot. Unfortunately linux Java cannot > > provide enough performance- I simply cannot use that applet by linux > > Java emulation. I tried also openjdk7- java works but for some reasons, > > applet initializes but it seems there is a problem within certificates. > > When running an applet I should be displayed a dialog window asking if I > > accept the certificate- using openjdk7 I am not given that chance. > > > > Formerly I used also jdk15- that worked great but at this moment I > > cannot compile this version of jdk- it seems that many changes occurred > > in pkgsrc therefore wip/jdk15 is somehow outdated and returns errors > > when compiling. > > > > Do you have any other solutions? > > Can you import the cert manually with keytool?
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