On December 10, niall at linux.ie said:
> No, it's not listed there, which is even more odd considering that the plug-in
> is read as indicated.
Not really. If the plugin read fails in some undefined way then it
won't show in the plugin list.
You're still being fairly sparse with details such as error messages
(yes, mozilla does log to stderr, pretty verbosely if you run
mozilla-bin directly) and Java versions and so forth. I got this
running myself on Friday night simply by installing the current Java
SDK and making the aforementioned symlink. I skipped the xpi download
completely, although that's also worked just fine for me in the past.
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