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    OpenJDK plugin in Google Chrome?

    Hi all.
    I can get the Sun Java 6 plugin working in the Google Chrome beta.

    However, I'd like to know if it's possible to use OpenJDK instead.

    Perhaps through the use of symbolic links?

    The reason I prefer OpenJDK is that performance in Runescape is superior.

    Thanks!
    email: me@rory.sh
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    Re: OpenJDK plugin in Google Chrome?

    I'm looking for the same thing.
    on Ubuntu 10.04 Sun's (Oracle's) java is not included in the repo anymore.
    So i need to use Open Java plug in for Google Chrome. How can I do that?

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    Re: OpenJDK plugin in Google Chrome?

    have the same problem.
    i think i saw somewhere that the icedtea openjdk java plugin in it's current version (or at least the one available for lucid) isn't built with NPAPI, however this info might be outdated, since i can't find it again now.

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    Re: OpenJDK plugin in Google Chrome?

    this is where the news come from:

    http://code.google.com/p/chromium/is...etail?id=20087

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