ports/82389: portupgrade of linux-flashplugin7 to today's latest breaks flash on linux-opera
mezz7 at cox.net
Wed Jun 22 20:15:18 UTC 2005
On Wed, 22 Jun 2005 14:57:21 -0500, Stacey Roberts
<stacey at vickiandstacey.com> wrote:
> Hi FreeBSD-gnats-submit!
> An update after cvsup'ing to latest linux-opera today.
> On Sat, 18 Jun 2005, FreeBSD-gnats-submit at FreeBSD.org wrote:
>> Thank you very much for your problem report.
>> It has the internal identification `ports/82389'.
>> The individual assigned to look at your
>> report is: freebsd-ports-bugs.
>> You can access the state of your problem report at any time
>> via this link:
>> >Category: ports
>> >Responsible: freebsd-ports-bugs
>> >Synopsis: portupgrade of linux-flashplugin7 to today's latest
>> breaks flash on linux-opera
>> >Arrival-Date: Sat Jun 18 14:10:00 GMT 2005
> Portupgrading linux-opera to latest in ports tree did *NOT* resolve the
> fact that linux-flashplugin-6.0r79_3 is now broken after latest updates.
I am confusing, I thought you said linux-flashplugin7? This is
linux-flashplugin6. I have no idea how well linux-flashplugin6 works, but
I would recommend to use linux-flashplugin7 instead that I am using it
everyday. It does work.
> BTW, the test that I'm running is going to http://www.macromedia.com
> which has a flash animation routine on its homepage that was viewable
> before portupgrading linux-flashplugin on that box recently.
Works fine with linux-flashplugin7.
> If there is anything else I can test, please let me know.
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