BankID and Java plug-in in Firefox on Ubuntu Part 6

BankID is unfortunately pretty poorly supported on the Linux platform, or there are at least several issues with it. I have sorted out some of them before, but it seems the latest version of Firefox created some new issues. My problem was that when trying to use BankID the browser crashed when logging in (after […]

BankID and Java plug-in in Firefox on Ubuntu Part 5

I have previously written about getting BankID to work on a Linux/Ubuntu computer. Even though BankID worked on a fresh install of Ubuntu 11.04 with OpenJDK, it seems to work best with Sun’s Java implementation. This post will guide you through installing Sun’s JRE and removing OpenJDK. First install Sun’s java implementation. I installed it […]

BankID and Java plug-in in Firefox on Ubuntu Part 4

I have earlier tried to explain how to get around the Java related issues with BankID and Firefox on Ubuntu (1, 2, and 3). However, it seems that every new Ubuntu release introduce a change or two that forces us to fix something. BankID seems to require Sun‘s JRE. However, this JRE is not part […]

BankID and Java plug-in in Firefox on Ubuntu Part 3

I recently updated to Ubuntu 9.10. The new Ubuntu version comes with a lot of new packages, including a new version of Java (6.16). Unfortunately, the newest Java plugin from Sun for Thunderbird depends on version 6.15. As a consequence, you’ll get an error message like the one below if you try to install the […]

BankID and Java plug-in in Firefox on Ubuntu Part 2

I previously wrote about how to get the Java-plugin working in Firefox on Ubuntu 8.* on an Intel 32 bit system. After upgrading to Ubuntu 9.04 on an AMD64 system I had the same problem. Instead of a working Java applet I just got a grey box. I had already installed Sun’s Java implementation and […]