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Fedora 13: After upgrading from FF3.6 to FF6.0.2 I no longer have a Java plugin. How do I configure the Java Plugin for FF 6 ? There is no Java Plugin at the site

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I am Fedora 13x64 bit. I just installed FF v6.0.2 from the FF download site. I backed up the existing FF 3.6 as firefox_old

I need to have a Java plugin to access company site, how do I configure the Java Plugin ?

At the Plugin area in FF6 there is no Java Plugin available, even after a search.

I have Java 1.6.0 installed in the OS at: /usr/lib/jvm/java-1.6.0/jre/lib/amd64/libnpjp2.so

I googled how to configure Java Plugin for FF 6 for Fedora 13 and the trick was to create a soft link from /home/<userID>/.mozilla/plugins to the above libnpjp2.so

I am Fedora 13x64 bit. I just installed FF v6.0.2 from the FF download site. I backed up the existing FF 3.6 as firefox_old I need to have a Java plugin to access company site, how do I configure the Java Plugin ? At the Plugin area in FF6 there is no Java Plugin available, even after a search. I have Java 1.6.0 installed in the OS at: /usr/lib/jvm/java-1.6.0/jre/lib/amd64/libnpjp2.so I googled how to configure Java Plugin for FF 6 for Fedora 13 and the trick was to create a soft link from /home/<userID>/.mozilla/plugins to the above libnpjp2.so