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Old 28th December 2008, 10:18 PM
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Installing java64 using easylife

hi,

i installed the easylife tool. i selected 'java64" the install completed, but when i go to POGO.COM, i still receive the msg "unable to connect to sever" i dont beleive its a problem with the POGO site, because i NEVER had a problem connecting to the POGO site when i was using windows xp. i have disabled SElinux using easylife also, but this didnt help. is there an issue with my firewall on firefox? i am VERY new to linux. i am running linux x86_64 FC10...bob
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