Subject: Re: is there a browser with java plugin?
To: Ronald van der Pol <Ronald.vanderPol@rvdp.org>
From: Oleg Polyanski <Oleg.Polianski@team.telstraclear.co.nz>
Date: 12/18/2002 15:41:41
>>>>> "Ronald" == Ronald van der Pol writes:
Ronald> I need a browser with java plugin support. Is there one
Ronald> available for NetBSD?
You need to use one of these packages:
b) netscape7 (which happens to be a Linux binary as well).
Consider you have the `sun-jre14' package installed under
`/usr/pkg/java'. The trick is to create a symlink to
while standing in
The Java VM, however, will hang up (or down, depending on the
phase of moon) if you're running -current because of recent
changes in signal handling, i.e. Linux emulation layer hasn't been
fixed yet, so perhaps you will need to stick with the release
kernel. Aside from this bug, everything else should work just
Ronald> Mozilla/phoenix don't have support for lang/jdk. Netscape7
Ronald> supports lang/sun-jdk14 in linux_compat mode, but it gives
Ronald> a 'applet failed to initilize' or something error.
Ronald> FreeBSD has support for mozilla with jdk14 in native mode.