Carsten

I can understand not installing Firefox but Chromium maybe isn't the answer until it's completed? I could argue that using Google software is like using Windows - a sell out to the corporates - but i do not want a flame war thank you!

I'd suggest giving Midori a try - it's very quick and light on resources. It runs fine on my Samsung 6000 with 256 ram and Lubuntu. Link for it is: http://www.twotoasts.de

Rich

On 06/06/10 12:11, Andrew Woodhead wrote:
try:

cd /usr/lib/chromium-browser/plugins; sudo ln -s /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-openjdk/jre/lib/i386/IcedTeaPlugin.so

Should be ok.

Personally I use the .bin file from www.java.com <http://www.java.com> as all the systems I'd need java on are 64bit. I then symlink the libnpjp2.so to the plugins folder and it works.

Java and flash n Ubuntu all run at 32bit via a 64bit wrapper which I think is horribly convoluted and ungraceful despite there being 64bit native plugins available.

HTH



On Sun, Jun 6, 2010 at 9:22 AM, Carsten Agger <ag...@modspil.dk <mailto:ag...@modspil.dk>> wrote:

    I'm using Lubuntu 10.04 on my netbook, an Acer Aspire 110 with 512
    megs of
    RAM, and it's generally a pleasure.

    I have one problem, though - the Java plugin seems not to be
    working in
    Chromium. I want to play Runescape, the MMORPG at
    www.runescape.com <http://www.runescape.com>.

    What I'm getting is basically a blank (rather, black, the HTML
    background)
    page where the Java applet should be.

    I installed Java and the plugin by installing the
    "ubuntu-restricted-extras" package which pulled the openjdk and
    icedtea
    versions of Java and plugin. This works FINE in Firefox on Ubuntu
    10.04 on
    my other computer.

    Anybody knows what's wrong or how to put it right? :-) Is there a
    problem
    with Java and Chromium? Maybe not, though - epiphany seems to give the
    same result (I won't install Firefox).

    br
    Carsten

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