I am running Lotus Sametime 8.0.1 under Ubuntu Linux 9.04. So far everything is working as under Windows.
When starting a Webconference however, after logging in, I get the following message:
"Error: Java not enabled
To continue, you must enable Java in your browser. IBM Lotus Sametime uses Java when running online meetings.
For information about setting up your browser, click here to view the Sametime help."
I installed SUN JRE 6.13.1 to make sure and also made sure that the "Use Java" hook in the preferences is enabled. Am I missing something else?
What is the checklist to get this working?
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4 replies Latest Post - 2009-06-12T12:14:39Z by ishields
Pinned topic Sametime webconference under Linux / Firefox fails Java test
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Updated on 2009-06-12T12:14:39Z at 2009-06-12T12:14:39Z by ishields
Re: Sametime webconference under Linux / Firefox fails Java test2009-06-12T01:33:01Z in response to SystemAdminIan,
thanks for the reply. However, I have posted there first, but no replies...
Re: Sametime webconference under Linux / Firefox fails Java test2009-06-12T07:43:10Z in response to SystemAdminFound it. One has to install the special Java Plugin for Firefox.
Visiting http://www.java.com/ and then selecting Download nad then "Verify Now" on the center right side will do so.