Well, as I wrote to you a few days ago, my former co-workers at Secure Channel have fixed the script (as of Tuesday May 9)), so the Census site should now work with Linux.And as a former Secure Channel developer and arhcitect, let me tell you all that the TruePass applet has ALWAYS been compatible with Linux - it is, after all, just a java applet and simply requires a JVM. TruePass, however, did not support installing the serverside components on Linux - the TruePass-enabled Webserver with Session Validation Manager (SVM), the connection to the PKI etc - until recently. That, of course, has no bearing on this case since this case is a client side.It appears the script was an old, default version of the Entrust Truepass detect script (probaly used for interfacing with a desktop profile, witch is OS dependent, rather than a roaming profile, whihc is not). I know the guy who changed it and it took 15 minutes.Its is just stupid that Stats Can never considered other types of browsers and because its Java, should not have worried about the OS. The SC guys could have easily handle this long before it was a controversy.
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