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More latency using VLC than java browser plugin reading a video streaming

I am trying to see a video streaming in my PC from a mobile phone camera using Android and IP Webcam and I am able to do it but I have a problem with VLC. Runs correctly using VLC and java browser ...
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1answer
219 views

Issues getting Java installed in Chrome in Fedora 17 x64

I am having trouble getting Java to work in Google Chrome on Fedora 17 x64. I have installed the 64-bit RPM from Oracle's site and run yum install java, but it doesn't show up in Chrome. Is there ...
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0answers
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Which capabilities do Java applets executed in a browser have?

I found a document on the Oracle website, , that lists the capabilities of unsigned applets, unsigned applets with JNLP and signed applets.When i encounter an unsigned applet on a webpage (I am using ...
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1answer
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Firefox doesnt see java plugin

I work on a machine without administrator access. There is java installed on it however Firefox doesn't pick it up somehow. IE has no problems running Java content however. My question is how can I ...
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Java plugin in Google Chrome is not being loaded

Google Chrome is not loading the Java plug-in properly. When I try it in Mozilla Firefox, it works perfectly on every site. I tried re-installing Chrome, but even that didn't help.
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1answer
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Is it completely safe to install java plug-in chrome browser?

I wonder if one of you have some information about the safety of Java in browsers. It is the built-in version of Java which chrome offers to install in browser. Is there any difference between ...
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1answer
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Getting 64-bit Java browser plugin to work

I've installed Java 64-bit on my Windows 7 machine, and have since installed many 64-bit versions of Java-based programs. Now however I have to start using a website using a Java applet, but the ...
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1answer
541 views

Java in Chrome on OS X, enable “click to play”

How do I enable "click to play" for the Java plugin in Chrome on OS X? If impossible, is there any way to make Chrome prompt me before running Java? I.e. is there any middle ground between disabling ...
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Disable Java Plugin in Google Chrome?

This is the second time I've had a drive-by executable installed on my machine using the following: Google Chrome 6 (latest) Windows 7, UAC on This happened while I was browsing for images to add ...
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1answer
773 views

How to add java plugin to user-mode firefox on linux

I have installed firefox to a user directory (version 3.6.10) /cache/app/firefox. I have installed java jre1.6.0_21 to /cache/app/java/jre1.6.0_21 I have symlinked ...
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1answer
141 views

Why does Firefox kick off the Java Runtime Environment for some web sites?

I have discovered that navigating to a site that I control will kick off JRE (observed in Task Manager) if I browse with FireFox and if FF has the Java(TM) Platform installed as a plugin. The site ...
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1answer
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How do I install the Visual Editor plugin for Eclipse?

Using the two newest versions of the Eclipse IDE, I have been unsuccessful in installing the Visual Editor for Eclipse. When trying to install the plugin after adding the repository, I get the ...
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2answers
774 views

how to set default java plug-in version

I can set the jre version from the Control Panel -> Java -> Java Runtime Environment Settings. But I cannot figure out how to change the Java Plug-in Version. I would like to use an earlier java ...
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1answer
615 views

How Do I Install Latest Java Plugin on Ubuntu 8.04 LTS with Custom Firefox 3.6.3?

I have Ubuntu 8.04 LTS and will need to remain on that for awhile as I am a programmer and cannot disturb what I'm doing in the middle of a project. As you know, it doesn't want to install the latest ...
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Java Plugin a huge security risk? How to preseve Java plugin from privilege escalation?

Installing a regular Java plugin is IMHO a real security risk for non-IT people. Normally Java applets run in a sandbox and the applet cannot do anything harmful to your computer. If an applet, ...