The default installation of red-hat 9 does not support a vm in Mozilla. Therefor you won't be able to access the jboss web-console with mozilla from redhat 9
There is a plugin available but this plugin does not work (it's a vm 1.3 plugin) and this plugin crashes on a missing library.
I've found the way after some rtfm ;-)
- RH9 install on your desktop
- a server somewhere with jboss & web-console
I presume you installed RPM the j2sdk-1.4.1+ rpm from the java.sun.com website. Be sure there is a symbolic link available which points from j2sdk to j2sdk1.4.1 directory.
run the following line as a sudo user or as root::
/usr/java/j2sdk/bin/ControlPanel -rns610 -c /usr/lib/mozilla-1.2.1/ -j /usr/java/j2sdk/jre/
After closing and restarting Mozilla you'll be able to access the web-console from the jboss-server.
Wessel de Roode