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I installed both jdk and flashplayer.

For example, when I visit this Java applet test site, this message appears.

"Missing plug-in".

I have in my /opt/jdk1.7.0_01/jre/lib/amd64/

the file libjavaplugin_jni.so.

I linked it in /opt/google/chrome and run the browser with --enable-plugins option, but the plugin it seems to be not loaded.

How can I fix tjis?

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I think the problem is for Java applet. But I don't know how to resolve it. I use Debian, and I read that probably I have to put a flashplugin file into the chrome plugin folder. But nothing change! –  Kyrol Nov 21 '11 at 11:37
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Maybe have a look here: How do I get Java support on Google Chrome in Linux? –  slhck Nov 21 '11 at 11:38
    
For example if I'm going on a site where is a Java applet, the applet is not loading but there is a message that says: "Missing plug-in". –  Kyrol Nov 21 '11 at 11:39
    
I'm going to watch what do you posted me and I let you know. thanks. –  Kyrol Nov 21 '11 at 11:40
    
ok, if I do this test w3.org/People/mimasa/test/object/java/Othello "Missing plug-in" appears. –  Kyrol Nov 21 '11 at 11:43

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Did you try to install chromium and java from debian?

You could use java and chromium from stable by installing chromium-browser and icedtea6-plugin packages, chromium-browser is quite old, but is chromium from debian.

Or you could use package from testing: (if you already use testing or unstable just install the needed package)

Go to http://jaqque.sbih.org/kplug/apt-pinning.html for configuration of mixed stable/testing installation. then

apt-get install chromium/testing

will install a recent chromium as a Debian package and

apt-get install default-jre/testing
apt-get install icedtea-plugin/testing

and java should work.

Note the current (15.0.874.106~r107270-1) chromium from unstable is badly broken, don't try to install it.

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Google chrome v.35 dropped support to java.

My suggestion, for now, is:

  • downgrade to chrome v.34
  • install firefox

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Download site: http://mirror.pcbeta.com/google/chrome/deb/pool/main/g/google-chrome-stable/

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you need a java applet, if you are using WinOS then Check your control panel if there's a Java there, or else try to download it @ java.com I forgot the name of java, to run it to your Firefox or Chrome...or try to use Firefox first because I already tried running Games or GUI based in Firefox...

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The OP is on Linux. –  slhck Nov 21 '11 at 11:29
    
try this one google.com/… –  user1056699 Nov 21 '11 at 11:32
    
This problem is under Debian. –  Kyrol Nov 21 '11 at 11:34

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