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* Per Anton Rønning <email@example.com> [2011-10-07 12:03]:
> Ian Malone wrote:
> > No, it indicates a missing Java class and probably indicates your java
> > setup is broken. Deepak suggestion of trying IcedTea is definitely
> > worth trying, though I'm not sure how far developed it is in fedora 9.
> I found IcedTea for Fedora 9, so I am about to try it out.
Is there a reason why you can't upgrade to a newer Fedora version?
Fedora 9 has been long unsupported, and there has been tremendous
progress on the IcedTea plug-in since then.
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