Questions about icedtea-web. CORRECTED QUESTIONS.
poweruserm at live.com.au
Tue Mar 26 08:13:50 UTC 2019
-It is possible to ask icedtea-web to defer to a separate java runtime and use that to run jnlp code, instead of its own accompanying runtime? Does it default to a separate java runtime anyway?
-I have had some issues understanding the examples material. If a client PC wants icedtea-web to be running in the background, so that a web browser will open a jnlp program, what does the user have to do to have icedtea-web running in the background, appropriately, for that?
Does this in fact require the appropriate web browser plugin?
-I have read that iced-tea has a web browser plugin for the major browsers (Firefox). Does this include
support for Edge or Internet Explorer, or not, or not yet? Is there a 64 bit Firefox plugins, as well?
-I can't find the plugin file(s) for Firefox in the latest version download. Where do I get the Firefox plugin from? Are these plugins built software, and are they indeed not in source code form? Where on the internet do I download the built version of the plugin from?
-Can the plugin(s) versions be configured to run on a secondary java runtime, which is not its own, as per my earlier questions, or do they default to using a separate runtime anyway?
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