Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 473565
icedtea browser plugin crashes
Last modified: 2009-12-18 02:01:48 EST
Description of problem:
I want to access my office pc via a remote access website, that uses a java applet to display the remote desktop.
icedtea plugin seems to crash
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
$ yum info java-1.6.0-openjdk-plugin
Geladene Plugins: refresh-packagekit
Name : java-1.6.0-openjdk-plugin
Architektur : x86_64
Epoch : 1
Version : 188.8.131.52
Ausgabe : 6.b12.fc10
Grösse : 206 k
Repo : installed
Zusammenfassung : OpenJDK Web Browser Plugin
URL : http://icedtea.classpath.org/
Lizenz : GPLv2 with exceptions
Beschreibung:The OpenJDK web browser plugin.
Steps to Reproduce:
See attached output with ICEDTEAPLUGIN_DEBUG=true set.
Created attachment 325081 [details]
icedtea debug output
I guess this is using the java client for citrix (jica).
Does the browser crash as well?
Also, can you please attach the /tmp/java.std* files that are generated when ICEDTEAPLUGIN_DEBUG=true ?
No (most times) browser doesn't crash.
Created attachment 325595 [details]
Created attachment 325596 [details]
Thanks for the log. But it indicates a log from a proper shutdown. At what point are you seeing the crash?
Maybe the plugin doesnt crash, but the embedded application doesn't work. See screenshot.
Created attachment 326996 [details]
Screenshot after start of citrix jica client
Created attachment 326998 [details]
Screenshot after start of citrix jica client
Additionally on Mac OS X the java runtime ask me if I want to trust applet xyz (I answer "Yes"). I dont get this question at all on Fedora 10.
Does the site you are trying to access use https?
I'm having a similar problem when using my office Citrix server with openjdk- plugin 184.108.40.206 with F10. Yes, the site uses https. After logging in, the Citrix server recognizes I'm using Java. But when trying to start an application, the Java applet hangs. So I'm unable to use any of the office applications. This happens every time. The browser itself doesn't crash, and I'm able to log out of the server without a problem. Please let me know if I should file a separate bug, provide more information, etc. Thank you.
Thanks, but for the time being I can't think of any other info to request, as I am pretty sure this is a problem related to https at this point. An update should be hitting F10/Rawhide soon, and it gets rid of the https certificate problem, and should fix this bug. I will comment here as soon as the update is in testing.
A more detailed description of the problem is in Bug# 472953
HTTPS issue is fixed in the current release. If the issue is still reproducible, feel free to re-open.
With Fedora 11 the applet still get's stuck. See https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=508982
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