mezz7 at cox.net
Wed Dec 19 21:43:53 PST 2007
On Wed, 19 Dec 2007 15:43:42 -0600, Chuck Robey <chuckr at chuckr.org> wrote:
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> Oh, I'm in trouble now. I was getting a bit frustrated, because all the
> different names that my browsers hide under, and the fact that 2 other
> confuse things:
> 1) the config dirs aren't always named after the program, and
Please complain it to the developers that create this program. It wasn't
> 2) the G_D_ ports often installed things into /usr/local/ even for linux
> things, and other times into /compat, and that terribly screws things up.
I don't know what 'G_D_ ports' is.
> Why am I complaining? Because now, for Linux-firefox, I do have the
> flashplayer.9 working, but with all the screwing around I couldn't
> it. The problem was initially the flashplayer, because the version in
> no longer even exists. I went to the Adobe site, and just got the
> Then, the version of libdl that Linux-firefox wants is not only different
> thanthe version that the flashplayer wants, they (I think) aren't always
> looking in the same dir for it.
> Whatever, it CAN be done, because I did it.
> Boy, I wish that the portsmeisters would (once and for all, plublicly)
> that linux libs have to install into the /compat/linux tree. If they
> would go
> on record for that, I would begin fixing ports to obey it. Can't do
> that now.
I see all Linux libraries that I have installed are in /compat/linux/* by
ports tree. If it doesn't in your case, then please complain to the right
Not single of your complains have to do with freebsd-multimedia at .
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