(I recently installed Red Hat 9 with Mozilla on my desktop AND notebook pcs) When I tried to load various web pages I was getting an error: This page contains information of a type (application/x-java-vm) that can only be viewed with the appropriate Plug-in. So I went to the Netscape Browser plugin finder site and found the appropriate plugin for java-vm and "successfully" installed it on both machines. (In both cases I had to su to root in order to do this installation. If not logged in as root, I got "access denied" when it tried to install.) Now, these java applications run fine on my desktop pc for ANY user. But on my notebook, they only work if I'm logged in as root. As a normal user, I still get that "This page contains information ... bla bla bla" error message. Any ideas? I'm guessing there's just a problem with file permissions, but I don't know what file to look for.