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Old 18th November 2009, 07:24 AM
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Confused about javaws

Hi - I've just downloaded a very interesting .jnlp file; however, I seem unable to do anything with it.
I've searched a lot of places, and found many different ways to try to enable either firefox, mozilla, or seamonkey to handle the file, but so far I'm very unclear on what the "best" way would be.

I have java-1.6.0-openjdk-1.6.0.0.x86-64 in /usr/lib/jvm; javaws in /usr/bin, and I'm unsure what else I need.

I've also just downloaded the released fedora12 install dvd iso, and am interested to know if there has been significant enough change in the overall java web start application base to suggest I might better wait until I have upgraded my (quite large) fedora 11 installation.

I'd appreciate any thoughts all of you might have on the subject.
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