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[quote=guenter] So far all attemps to get Java going on removable media (USB Stick) failed. But situation seems different now. Means Your CD has a working Java Environment! My ideas. Try to put the needed Java Plugins into K-Meleon plugins folder. K-Meleon automatically recognizes them and maybe they find their way to the JVM's jit. If not? Try: On a stationary install the registry tells K-Meleon where the Java plugins are. On each start new plugin info is written into K-Meleon's (any mozilla product does) pluginreg.dat. This file is in ./Profiles. Take it. put it to the stick. edit that the paths are relative or guide to the place where they are on system after start! If medium is writable use attribute "write protect" so that it cannot be rewritten by K-Meleon on next start. If not? Try: to set up plugins and K-Meleon like old Netscape 4 - it shipped its own Java engine. You would have to set up a Netscape 4 and look whether the idea can be used. If not? Look whether Java Plugin for Firefox works and how it is done. Maybe do this before trying with old version Netscape stup. To find Your plugin names. Go to the about : Plugins of HDD installed K-Meleon and check the names of the plugins. Mine are C:\Programme\Java\jre6\bin\[b]npjpi160_14.dll[/b] C:\Programme\Java\jre6\bin\[b]npoji610.dll[/b] [hr] Aftertought: if You install the same JVA Engine plugin on the same relative position on HDD, run K-Meleon once and put its pluginreg.dat on cd - maybe that is easiest to try first?[/quote]
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