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If you're talking about the java2 plugin, when I downloaded the plugin 
from the Netscape web site it installed itself in 
/usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/java2/ then in the 
/usr/local/mozilla099/mozilla/plugins directory I made a symlink to this 
directory and called it java2. In fact most of the plugins install 
themselves in the /usr/lib/netscape/plugins directory anyway. So, every 
time I download a new mozilla release I install it in a new 
/usr/local/mozillaxxx directory and copy the symlinks from the previous 
mozilla. (i.e., cp -l)

Here's a listing of my /usr/local/mozilla099/mozilla/plugins/

java2 -> /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/java2/
libflashplayer.so -> /usr/lib/netscape/plugins/libflashplayer.so*
libjavaplugin_oji.so -> 
/usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/java2/plugin/i386/ns600/libjavaplugin_oji.so*
libnullplugin.so*
raclass.zip -> /usr/lib/RealPlayer8/raclass.zip
rpnp.so -> /usr/lib/RealPlayer8/rpnp.so*
ShockwaveFlash.class -> /usr/lib/netscape/plugins/ShockwaveFlash.class*


Kevin Krumwiede wrote:
> As root, I installed the latest plugin from Netscape into Moz.  It still
> doesn't work in Moz or Galeon.  It shows the installed plugin under Help
> | About plugins, but applets just appear as gray boxes.  In Moz the
> status bar shows what class or jar it is downloading, but it never
> changes or makes any progress.
> 
> Krum
> 
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