After you uninstall Java Plug-in, you must unset any environment variables. In addition, if you modified any settings using the Java Plug-in Control Panel, you must delete the ~/.java/properties file.
Type su at the prompt to become superuser.
Enter the superuser password at the prompt.
Type prodreg to open the Prodreg Utility window.
Select Java Plug-in 1.2 and click Remove.
Click Exit to close the Prodreg Utility window.
If you previously set any environment variables, type the appropriate commands shown in the following table to unset the environment variables.Table 2-4 Unsetting Environment Variables
|To unset...||Using||Type this command|
|Java Plug-in path||csh||% unsetenv NPX_PLUGIN_PATH|
|sh or ksh||% unset NPX_PLUGIN_PATH|
|JRE path||csh||% unsetenv NPX_JRE_PATH|
|sh or ksh||% unset NPX_JRE_PATH|
|Java Plug-in tracing output (see "Directing Tracing Output to a Terminal Window" )||csh||% unsetenv JAVA_PLUGIN_TRACE|
|sh or ksh||% unset JAVA_PLUGIN_TRACE|