nickthompson at agere.com
Thu Apr 10 10:37:54 BST 2003
Yes the page loads fine here, but clicking most of the buttons does
nothing. As you say though, all the site I have had problems with have
been using https. According to java.sun.com, j2re 1.4 on includes JSSE.
I have tried 1.4.0 and 1.4.1_02. How do I verify I have JSSE installed?
On Thu, 2003-04-10 at 01:55, James Richard Tyrer wrote:
> Nick THOMPSON wrote:
> > Hi,
> > In KDE3.1.0 (self built for RH7.2) I seem to have only partially
> > There are many example I have but they are usually hidden behind private
> > logins, but I found a good example today (though you need to pretend to
> > be IE on windblows to be let in):
> > https://www.hoodlessbrennan.com/index1.htm
> > on the right there are several "click here" and a "sign up" button, that
> > the menu you can get to many of the required features anyway, but that's
> > not a good thing to rely on.
> > Is this a bug or have I configured something incorrectly?
> I can't be sure since I currently don't have WINE running IE, but this appears to load correctly.
> It is possible that the problem is with Java not JaveScript. This is quite likely if they are
> all secure (HTTPS) sites.
> If so, the simple fix is to install the latest JRE from Sun which includes the JSSE that is
> needed to run Java on a secure site.
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