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  • Launching Mirth failed

    hello,

    i use a debian system and have problems to start mirth.
    I start mirth.sh and in firefox i open http://localhost:8080
    Then a site appears where i can click at a button named "launch mirth admin.."
    if i click the button, a windows appears where i can download a file.

    Any suggestions

    Thanks

    Jörg

  • #2
    Re: Launching Mirth failed

    It seems than you've not installed the java web start plugin for Mozilla. It's a problem of your browser, not of Mirth.

    Try the command line:

    javaws http://localhost:8080/webstart

    If you're using a 64bits architecture, be aware than for Java Web Start, you need to install 1.5 for 32 bits.

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    • #3
      Re: Launching Mirth failed

      i tried http://localhost:8080/webstart

      and the browser asks me where i want to save the file.

      How can i get the webstart plugin.

      I have listen that the firefox2 it normally uses.

      Greetings
      Jörg

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      • #4
        Re: Launching Mirth failed

        The other option is to just download the file then just run it manually with the javaws command. I find that this is easier, once I download the file I have no need to start the browser to administer Mirth I just run the webstart file.

        The webstart 'plugin' should come with a standard JRE release from Sun. Firefox will then look in the JRE path for the launcher when it sees the java stuff.
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        • #5
          Re: Launching Mirth failed

          Thanks,

          in this way it works fine.

          Best regards

          Jörg Orlowski

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