For the record, I just checked my Mozilla Firefox add-ons and it
reported my Java 1.6.0_30 has bad security vulnerabilities. So, stay
away from it. Your _32 suggestion is a good one.
Tom Davies wrote:
Sorry, just noticed that java version is fairly old already. I don't think it usually creates problems in LO 3.5.x but it used to in 3.3.x and i think in 3.4.x. It might be worth upgrading your version of java if you do want to use java with LO. I think the _32 is probably the most recent version that is reasonably easy to get in your Ubuntu.
--- On Sat, 23/6/12, John R. Sowden <email@example.com> wrote:
I now have the monitor up in a corner I watch it as activity occurs in
thunderbird. I haven't tried it in LO yet. I thought LO was written in
Java, so turning it off I thought was not an option.
What do I loose when I turn it off, and how do I do that?
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