Opera with Java

Forum: Net
Topic: Opera with Java
started by: nonoo

Posted by nonoo on Feb. 10 2008,19:03
Hello, I have  installed with MyDsl  Opera 8.25 and Javer installiert. With Firefox work`s Java fine, but not with Opera.

I have fount with:

/usr/lib/jvm/java-1.5.0-sun/jre/lib/i386  <--- this is the Path by Debian Etch

< http://www.opera.com/support/search/view/459/ >


Enabling Java in Opera for Linux


These instructions were last updated for Opera 9.1.

Opera uses the Java 2 Runtime Environment (JRE) directly, rather than through the use of a Web browser plug-in. Before proceeding, you may wish to test Java to see if Opera has been able to auto-detect your Java installation using our test applet. If Opera does not show this applet (an animated analog clock), you can try adding the correct Java path for your system in Opera's preferences:


     Go to Tools > Preferences > Advanced > Content.

     Click the "Java options" button. If this button is dimmed, first check the "Enable Java" option.

     Click the "Choose" button for the "Java path" field.

     Navigate to the Java directory and click "OK". The path you are looking for is the directory of your Java installation containing the files libjava.so and libawt.so. On the command line, type:
     find / -name libjava.so 2> /dev/null

     For example, on a Debian system, the path is:

     Click the "Validate Java path" button. If you get an error message, try again with a different path.

     Click "OK" to save your changes and exit the Java dialog.

     Click "OK" to save your changes and exit the Preferences dialog.

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Which Path have Java by DSL 4.2.5?

I don`find it.


Posted by curaga on Feb. 10 2008,19:38
Both jre1_5_0.tar.gz and .uci go into /opt, so look there..
Posted by nonoo on Feb. 10 2008,20:41
Hello, thank you Coraga.

I have found it.

find / -name libjava.so 2> /dev/null

can I use to find the Path.


Posted by curaga on Feb. 11 2008,07:20
That should find it too, but since it's in opt this would be faster:

find /opt -name libjava.so

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