fileuploader90.fmb not working on Linux - Reports

I am trying to get the fileuploader90.fmb working in Linux environment. I was able to get it working just fine in win 2000 environment but for our production environment it must work on Linux. Here is what I tried to do on the Linux machine:
1. ftp fileuploader90.fmb to /home/ora9ids/9iDS/forms90
2. ftp fileupload90.pll to /home/ora9ids/9iDS/forms90
3. Compiled fileuploader90.fmb to create fmx
4. ftp uploadclient.jar, uploadserver.jar to /home/ora9ids/9iDS/bin
I entered my url: http://tautog.accsp.org:8888/forms90/f90servlet?config=RILOAD and the upload form came up just fine but when I clicked on the (select file on client) button nothing happened. I should get the browse window to grab the file off my client machine.
Am I missing something here to get this to work on Linux platform? 

Barry,
You probably want to post this in the Forms forum: http://forums.oracle.com/forums/forum.jsp?id=345390
Cheers,
Toby

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