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Old 10th September 2008
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Default FreeBSD 7 and Java?


Has anyone found a working recipe for FreeBSD 7 Release and Java with FireFox 2?

I just upgraded from 6.2 (fresh install) but I can't seem to get java working. I've tryed both the Diablo-jre16 and Diablo-jdk16 ports. They seem to load small applets just fine. Like the test your version applets. But, when I load larger applets they are just grayed out. If I refresh them constantly I can get it to load the applet but some graphics are missing and eventually the applet just grays out again.

I've also tryed the Diablo-Jre15/jdk15 but FireFox just crashes after loading applets.

Closes thing I can find on the net with others that have had this problem had to do with ipv6 interfering somehow and was fixed by adding -Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true in the java console. Which I did to no effect.

I've also tryed Opera but it wont even load simple applets. Just crashes.

Has anyone been successful in making this work?
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