pablo.delgado at lsi.mine.nu
Mon Apr 24 15:15:18 UTC 2006
It would be nice to have a native plugin. I personally do not install
the Linux Compat, and don't really plan on ever doing so.
If an application does not provide a FreeBSD port I just don't use it.
So I too requested that they consider creating a FreeBSD port. Hopefully
we get enough users to bug them and they will comply. =)
> I know this has been an exhaustive topic as of late, but it needs to
> be addressed. Flash should be supported in some fashion on FreeBSD and
> now we can't even run the Linux plugin (not that it worked without
> crashing Firefox constantly anyway). Their license is unacceptable and
> we need to speak up. Maybe we could file a class action suit against
> the monopoly they are creating here. I only run FreeBSD on my desktop
> and they are trying to force me to run something else, which I find
> appalling. So if you feel the same way, do what I did and start
> contacting them through their website in a polite, but direct request
> for support:
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