Is it possible to use 64bit firefox with flash and java plugins (which only come 32 bit)? I tried a symbolic link from /usr/lib/browser-plugins/libflashplayer.so to /usr/lib64/browser-plugins but no success.
Are 64 bit users still forced to install 32 bit firefox? Isn’t it time to start developping 64 bit plugins, since this problem is getting irritating, with every new release of a distro again the same 64 bit problems…
And oh is there a special 64 bit section on the forum? Couldn’t find it and I know there used to be one on suseforums.net
For general use I have found that it (OpenJDK 1.6) works well (though, of course, YMMV) … unfortunately, I do have one use scenario (re: use of SSL) under which I have encountered an error/bug present in the current 1.6 build in factory … though I know that it has been fixed in the development releases … hoping that an updated build gets compiled soon … I have tried building a current OpenJDK release on my own but one of the required packages to do so mysteriously freezes smart when I try to acquire it … haven’t tried to acquire it with YAST yet, and may not bother)