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    Default Link Java plugin to Chrome

    Hi there!

    I successful installed JRE on Opensuse 13.1 e set all up as the instructions in http://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Installing_Java . Firefox works well and recognize the plugin. Although, Chrome can't do it. I made a symbolic to /usr/java/jre1.7.0_55/lib/amd64/libnpjp2.so in the folder /opt/google/chrome/plugins, restart Chrome and Java still not linked. (the "plugin" folder was created by me, as root)

    Some tip?

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    Out of curiosity,
    Which Java SE did you install, Java 7 or Java 8 (the current release, but won't work with the instructions in the SDB)?

    And, out of curiosity if you installed using the scripts I provided (links in the Discussion) which improve your installation in a number of ways. Following the actual SDB instructions will install Java but likely with some incomplete supporting documentation and paints you in a corner where you can run only Oracle Java and can't switch between Oracle Java and other Java you may want to install.

    TSU

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    Quote Originally Posted by rafter22 View Post

    Thanx rafter22. I switched! :^D

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsu2 View Post
    Out of curiosity,
    Which Java SE did you install, Java 7 or Java 8 (the current release, but won't work with the instructions in the SDB)?

    And, out of curiosity if you installed using the scripts I provided (links in the Discussion) which improve your installation in a number of ways. Following the actual SDB instructions will install Java but likely with some incomplete supporting documentation and paints you in a corner where you can run only Oracle Java and can't switch between Oracle Java and other Java you may want to install.

    TSU

    Hi tsu2!
    I installed Java 7u60. I don't find version 8 in its website! I followed the scripts and it runs successfully. The issue is just with Chrome, as reported by rafter22.

    Thanx

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