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[Discuss] Is there a supported browser for Linux that still runs Java applets? (also Flash)

On Wed, Jul 5, 2017 at 11:35 AM, David Rosenstrauch <darose at>

I ran into this same issue with my Lantronix Spider KVM recently, and was
> pleasantly surprised to find out that the KVM allowed me to run the remote
> access app as either applet or JavaWS, effectively making this a non-issue
> for me.

Interesting. I also have a couple of Lantronix Spider KVMs, and accessing
them via firefox has always seemed clumsy.

How would I go about using javaws to access the KVMs? Is there a good
tutorial that explains it?

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