I think you would need to create a system-wide java configuration file and
then inside that file point to a security policy file that explicitly allows
that app to run without showing a dialogue. Some resources on how to do
On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 9:21 PM, Barry Scott <barry.scott(a)onelan.co.uk>wrote:
I want to run java applets in WebKitGTK on Fedora 13.
When I run tightvnc, for example, the JVM pops up a dialog asking
for permission to run the trusted applet.
Since my application has no keyboard or mouse, its a kiosk app, there
is no way to click on the dialog.
What I want to do is configure the system so that it never asks
and assumes yes run the app. How do I do this for all possible applets?
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