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Hi,
I try to view an applet in Mozilla on RH7.2. However, i was told a plugin is needed. I already install jdk1.3. How can i register my jdk with the browser to enable applet browsing? Thanks.
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I'm not up to date on everything to do with linux and Java, but maybe this is useful:
from Java Platform 2 Version 1.3.x for Linux: status and information


Current Version: Blackdown-1.3.1-02b-FCS

$Date: 2002/03/28 22:50:12 $
$Author: kreilede $

JavaWorld has selected our Blackdown 1.3 JVM for Linux as a finalist in the Best Java Virtual Machine category of its Editors' Choice Awards.
Blackdown Java-Linux Java2 SE v1.3.1-02b-FCS is available from our ftp mirrors .

Currently the SDK and the Runtime Environment are available as .tar.bz2 files and as Debian packages.

Installation instructions are available for the Java2 SDK 1.3.1-02b-FCS and the Java2 RE 1.3.1-02b-FCS. This version includes the Java Plug-In for Netscape 4.x, Mozilla (>= 0.9.6) and browsers based on Mozilla code (for instance Galeon).

 
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Otherwise, Sun has some information on their site at Java Plug-in Quick-Start Guide
Good Luck.
 
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