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Old 31st July 2008
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Default Java + FF3 = crash

I've installed JDK15 then JDK16 i even installed JRE15, because of this....
When i open Java page, FF3 crashes....
I can't post error logs, cause i've upgraded FF3 to latest version (some small fix)
And now there are no Java plugins available.... (therefore no crash)
I tried to reinstall JDK, but no results....

Any ideas?

firefox-3.0.1_1,1
diablo-jdk-1.5.0.07.01_11
jdk-1.5.0.14p8_3,1
jdk-1.6.0.3p4_3

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$ uname -a
FreeBSD killasmurf.HomePC 7.0-RELEASE-p3 FreeBSD 7.0-RELEASE-p3 #0: Sun Jul 27 12:56:11 EEST 2008     root@killasmurf.HomePC:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/killabsd  i386

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How were the packages installed, compiled from the ports or as a package?
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All mentioned (actually everything on my system) are compelled from sources

make.conf
Code:
CPUTYPE=pentium4
NO_GAMES=true
NO_PROFILE=true

DOC_LANG=      en_US.ISO8859-1 en_US.UTF8

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I don't even have plugins now, and I updated yesterday. Great.
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I don't even have plugins now, and I updated yesterday. Great.
Welcome to the party....
Seams it's Firefox's fault
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I have a backup package courtesy of portmaster, so I think I might rollback.
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I have FF3 on 3 systems, including a notebook, with jre and no problems at all.
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I have FF3 on 3 systems, including a notebook, with jre and no problems at all.
are they latest on FreeBSD 7?
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Yep, and running OpenOffice, too.
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Java for OpenOffice is only needed if you want to view help, as far as i know
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Java for OpenOffice is only needed if you want to view help, as far as i know
How sure you actually are about this? 100% positive?

I've wondered about this during countless openoffice build-parties. I mean it's just lame if that's the case.
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Java for OpenOffice is only needed if you want to view help, as far as i know
http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/...OpenOffice.org
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Well, that post was useful.
I didn't know about base+java
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