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Scott Link Level 1 (5 points)
Have multiple Macs running 10.5.7 w/latest software update. Each trying to use the same web application. Web app downloads a .jnlp file. For most Macs, it launches Java and life is good. On a lone Mac (so far), the .jnlp file downloads, but is opened by TextEdit. Check File Info, and it's associated with TextEdit, so there's the culprit. On the working Macs, the file is associated with Java Web So, I figured I'd change the association on the Mac that's broken, but I can't find Java Web It doesn't show up in Spotlight, so I use the locate command in Terminal and find it listed as being found in /Applications/Java. This folder does not exist on any of the Macs in this scenario. Where is it?! How do I fix the association for .jnlp files to be Java Web


MacBook, Mac OS X (10.5.7)
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