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Java Plugin 1.3.1 on RedHat Linux 7.1

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I downloaded and installed the Java SDK 1.3.1 for linux.
When I try to view an applet written in Netscape I get the following error message on the bottom left corner of the browser window:
ClassdefError javax.japplet not found.
However, I can see the applet in the appletviewer.
In order to install the plugin I did the following:
I removed the old plugin:
rm -fr $Home/.netscape/.java
rm $Home/.netscape/plugin/javaplugin.so
Then, to install the plugin I set the netscape environment variable :
export NPX_PLUGIN_Path = /usr/java/jdk1.3.1/jre/bin/plugin/ns4/javaplugin.so
How can I tell whether the netscape 4.7 browser is using this plugin??
Could someone please tell me what is causing the error?? Please be very specific, I am new to RH Linux.
Thank You
Mihir Chokshi
email: [email protected]

The Best Answer

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try to make a link to your java plugin from netscape plugin directory:
cd your_netscape_dir/plugins
ln -s /usr/java/jdk1.3.1/jre/bin/plugin/ns4/javaplugin.so try to fid netscape dir in /usr/lib/netscape/ or /usr/local/netscape ..
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