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September 17th, 2010, 08:32 AM
Hello to all..
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.
September 17th, 2010, 08:37 AM
to install Sun Java 6 JDK just open terminal and type :
sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jdk
and press enter
it will start installing
September 17th, 2010, 12:34 PM
OP is asking how to install Java. Then he's asking about some xpi plugin for chromium.
It's obvious he's not asking about the Java Development Kit (JDK) like above poster suggests.
What he's asking for is the Java browser plugin.
Enter "about:plugins" in the address field to check installed plugins. You should see a Java plugin entry.
By default the IcedTea (OpenJDK) plugin is installed. Some web pages will complain if not the Sun Java plugin is found and say "Please install Java".
To remove IcedTea and install Sun Java plugin:
1) Enable partner repository:
2) Start synaptic and:
remove icedtea6-plugin package
3) Restart browser
Chromium (aka Google Chrome)
I don't use this browser myself so you should google/search this forum for something like "chromium java plugin".
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