glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Tue Jun 22 00:56:08 UTC 2010
On 06/21/2010 04:52 PM, John Graddy wrote:
> On Mon, 2010-06-21 at 18:26 -0400, jack wallen wrote:
>> On Mon, 2010-06-21 at 17:15 -0400, John Graddy wrote:
>> > I recently upgraded my System-76 laptop. I used the on-line update and
>> > all went smoothly.
>> > Later, I downloaded the 32 bit version of 10.04 from the Ubuntu site and
>> > installed Lucid in a dual boot configuration with an existing windows
>> > desktop system.
>> > Java applets work fine on the laptop. However, there is no trace of
>> > Java on the desktop system. I have read the Lucid release notes
>> > concerning openjdk-6 but didn't find it helpful.
>> > Is there a way to get java applets working again?
>> > Thanks.
>> If you're looking to get java installed on Ubuntu 10.04, you could read
>> my how-to on Ghacks.net:
>> jack wallen
>> Leonard: For God's sake, Sheldon, do I have to hold up a sarcasm sign
>> every time I open my mouth? Sheldon (intrigued): You have a sarcasm
>> Linux uptime: 18:25:58 up 2 days, 9:43, 1 user, load average: 1.73,
>> 1.31, 1.00
> Maybe I need to clarify. I have been using the website
> http://radar.weather.gov through several releases of Ubuntu. This site
> includes the ability to zero in on a map location and get a loop of the
> weather in that location (including storm warnings). That capability is
> implemented using Java. Since I live in a thunder storm and tornado
> prone area, I would like to continue to have this capability.
> My first thought was that I needed the java 6 package. Perhaps that is
> not the case. what i really NEED is the capability (that was
> implemented via Java) that I had before I installed Lucid. If that can
> only be accomplished by installing java-6, then that is what I need. If
> I can accomplish the same thing some other way, then that would be
> totally acceptable.
> Thanks to all who have responded so far, and, if I have mislead anyone
> on what is needed, I apologize.
you do need java. Example:
Install java6 per the instructions I've provided you & then restart your
browser. Look in the Add-on's/plugins to ensure that you have java
installed & test by going to:
1. Open the brower to http://java.com/en/
2. Click on the 'Do I have Java' link directly below the "Free Java
3. On http://java.com/en/download/installed.jsp click on the "Veryify
Java version" button & let it verify that you have: (Version 6 Update 20)."
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