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    Default Java Applet for Firefox on AppleTV

    I need install the Move Networks plugin (ABC, Fox, etc) in Firefox over NitoTV in my AppleTV, the problem is necesary select to “Trust” or “Run” the Java Applet when prompted but Firefox never show the Java Applet.

    http://www.movenetworks.com/install-move-player?home

    Please help, How can I run the Java Applet in my AppleTV?

    http://www.movenetworks.com/wp-conte...kit_v71001.pdf

    A signed applet is an applet that has a digital signature that confirms it originates from the legitimate server. When the Java Plug-in encounters a signed applet, it checks the certificate to ensure the applet was created and signed by the individual who made the certificate. It also verifies that the contents of the Java applet have not been modified or tampered with.

    Thanks!

    Update:

    I find Move Networks plugin installer in this link:

    http://qmedia.xlontech.net/100513/su...a_07061062.dmg

    Now the problem is I can't run installers on Apple TV but this installer have only a command instructions:

    #!/bin/sh
    #

    scriptDir=$(dirname "$0")

    tmpdir=`/usr/bin/mktemp -d "/tmp/com.movenetworks.XXXXX"` || exit 1
    /bin/cp "$1"/qmpsetup_mac_mozilla_*.tar "$tmpdir/qmp_mac.tar"
    /usr/bin/tar -C "$tmpdir" -zxf "$tmpdir/qmp_mac.tar"
    "$tmpdir/qmp_mac/qmp_install.command"
    install_result=$?
    /bin/rm -rf "$tmpdir"
    exit $install_result
    How you translate this instructions for install the plugin in apple tv?

    #!/bin/sh
    #

    scriptDir=$(dirname "$0")
    pluginName="Move-Media-Player.plugin"

    if [ -z "$USER" ]; then
    $USER=`/usr/bin/whoami`
    fi

    # change to the users home directory
    cd

    # remove the previous plugin
    if [ -d "Library/Internet Plug-Ins/QuantumMediaPlayer.plugin" ]; then
    # echo "removing Library/Internet Plug-Ins/QuantumMediaPlayer.plugin"
    /bin/rm -rf "Library/Internet Plug-Ins/QuantumMediaPlayer.plugin"
    fi

    # remove the previous plugin
    if [ -d "Library/Internet Plug-Ins/Move Play.plugin" ]; then
    # echo "removing Library/Internet Plug-Ins/Move Play.plugin"
    /bin/rm -rf "Library/Internet Plug-Ins/Move Play.plugin"
    fi

    # remove the alt previous plugin
    if [ -d "Library/Internet Plug-Ins/MovePlay.plugin" ]; then
    # echo "removing Library/Internet Plug-Ins/MovePlay.plugin"
    /bin/rm -rf "Library/Internet Plug-Ins/MovePlay.plugin"
    fi

    # remove the current plugin
    if [ -d "Library/Internet Plug-Ins/Move-Media-Player.plugin" ]; then
    # echo "removing Library/Internet Plug-Ins/Move-Media-Player.plugin"
    /bin/rm -rf "Library/Internet Plug-Ins/Move-Media-Player.plugin"
    pluginName="Move_Media_Player.plugin"
    fi

    # remove the alt current plugin
    if [ -d "Library/Internet Plug-Ins/Move_Media_Player.plugin" ]; then
    # echo "removing Library/Internet Plug-Ins/Move_Media_Player.plugin"
    /bin/rm -rf "Library/Internet Plug-Ins/Move_Media_Player.plugin"
    pluginName="Move-Media-Player.plugin"
    fi

    # create the cache folder
    /bin/mkdir -pm 0700 "/Library/Caches/com.movenetworks.$USER/" > /dev/null 2>&1
    mkdir_result=$?

    # rename the previous cache, if there
    if [ -d "Library/Application Support/Move Networks" ]; then
    # echo "renameing Library/Application Support/Move Networks"
    # move it, but don't replace newer, and then make sure it's gone.
    /bin/mv -n "Library/Application Support/Move Networks" "/Library/Caches/com.movenetworks.$USER/Move Networks/"
    /bin/rm -rf "Library/Application Support/Move Networks" > /dev/null 2>&1
    /bin/ln -s "/Library/Caches/com.movenetworks.$USER/Move Networks/" "Library/Application Support/Move Networks"
    fi

    # rename the previous cache, if there
    if [ -d "Library/Caches/Move Networks" ]; then
    # echo "renameing Library/Caches/Move Networks"
    # move it, but don't replace newer, and then make sure it's gone.
    /bin/mv -n "Library/Caches/Move Networks" "/Library/Caches/com.movenetworks.$USER/Move Networks/"
    /bin/rm -rf "Library/Caches/Move Networks" > /dev/null 2>&1
    /bin/ln -s "/Library/Caches/com.movenetworks.$USER/Move Networks/" "Library/Caches/Move Networks"
    fi

    # rename the previous preference file, if there
    if [ -f "Library/Preferences/com.movenetworks.moveplay.plist" ]; then
    # echo "renameing Library/Preferences/com.movenetworks.moveplay.plist"
    # move it, but don't replace newer, and then make sure it's gone.
    /bin/mv -n "Library/Preferences/com.movenetworks.moveplay.plist" "Library/Preferences/com.movenetworks.movemediaplayer.plist"
    /bin/rm -f "Library/Preferences/com.movenetworks.moveplay.plist" > /dev/null 2>&1
    fi

    # Even with alt name, a plugin with that name might exist, remove it so we don't get put inside it.
    if [ -d "Library/Internet Plug-Ins/$pluginName" ]; then
    /bin/rm -rf "Library/Internet Plug-Ins/$pluginName"
    fi

    # create the Move Networks folder, if there wasn't a prior one
    /bin/mkdir -pm 0700 "/Library/Caches/com.movenetworks.$USER/Move Networks/" > /dev/null 2>&1
    mkdir_result=$?

    # install the new plugin
    /bin/mv -f "$scriptDir/Move-Media-Player.plugin" "Library/Internet Plug-Ins/$pluginName" > /dev/null 2>&1
    mv_result=$?

    # verify installation
    rval=0
    if [ ! -d "Library/Internet Plug-Ins/$pluginName" ] || [ 0 -ne $mv_result ]; then
    rval=$(($rval + 1))
    fi
    if [ ! -d "/Library/Caches/com.movenetworks.$USER/Move Networks" ]; then
    rval=$(($rval + 2))
    fi

    # pop directory back
    cd -

    exit $rval
    Last edited by riconster; 11-28-2008 at 10:48 PM.



 

 

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