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Host checker not running in one of my Linux installs

Josh68_
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Host checker not running in one of my Linux installs

Hello. I have successfully run SSL-VPN on a couple of Linux installations on Windows VirtualBox, as well as on a quick boot of a live Linux CD (Mint 9 x64), but on my older, hard-drive installation of Ubuntu (now 10.04, x64), I always just get plopped directly into my VPN home screen with only bookmarks and no file access -- Host Checker just doesn't run. I've installed and reinstalled the latest Sun Java x64 in as many ways as I know how, and verified that it's working in the browser and from the command line, but Host Checker just won't run.

Is there a way to force Host Checker to run again, to reinstall the needed files? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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zanyterp_
Respected Contributor

Re: Host checker not running in one of my Linux installs

Ubuntu x64 is not supported; I am not sure how/why the other x64 items worked as it is not a supported platform for Linux: http://www.juniper.net/techpubs/software/ive/releasenotes/j-sa-sslvpn-7.0-supportedplatforms.pdf

csuchindra
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Re: Host checker not running in one of my Linux installs

From 5.3.3 version on-wards 64 bit operating systems are supported. Which version are you using?