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Link to this post 08 May 12

What do i do if im trying to play a game run by java and it need some plugins but they wont install?? i am running fedora 16 and i was able to play the game before i switched over to linux but now i also think its something to do with the way i created the symbolic link can someone also help me with that?

Link to this post 08 May 12

Which Linux OS and version u r using now, that is important..... also ur comp confs r required, cause u mentioned here u wanna play some games ! There r so many flavors in Linux OS and though their core architecture is almost same, but their file maintenance may be differ from one to another (for eg. firefox / java path and installed dirs.....) If u r using Firefox then simply type: about:plugins on address bar and observe which plugins r already loaded. Thoug more details r required.

Link to this post 15 May 12

What game? Is it one with a Linux version?

If you're running Fedora, Java can be installed by using AutoPlus. There are links to it in the fedora forums. Here's the link to the thread:

Where did you get the idea to create a symbolic link? Would you like to give us a link to the how-to that told you to do that? Is that how-to where you learned you needed some plugins? Are they plugins for Java, or, are they plugins for a browser?

Questions that are vague won't get you any kind of useful answer.

Link to this post 27 Jan

what is the game and what is the linux version you use

Link to this post 06 Sep

Wine is the most advanced compatibility layer (W ine I s N ot an E mulator ;-)) you will find.

If you are not happy with it, there are two other projects based on wine but with some tweaks for the support of actual games like Half Life 2, World of Warcraft, etc:

Codeweavers CrossOver Games -

TransGamings Cedega -
Maybe this will satisfy your needs.

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Link to this post 19 Oct

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