Flash plugin on 7.0, what are my options?
yuri.pankov at gmail.com
Mon Jan 14 09:22:02 PST 2008
On Mon, Jan 14, 2008 at 05:54:56PM +0100, Alexander Leidinger wrote:
> Quoting Yuri Pankov <yuri.pankov at gmail.com> (from Mon, 14 Jan 2008 17:19:07
>> On Mon, Jan 14, 2008 at 11:30:08AM +0100, Alexander Leidinger wrote:
>>> Quoting Marcus Alves Grando <mnag at FreeBSD.org> (from Mon, 14 Jan 2008
>>> 00:06:09 -0200):
>>>> Baldur Gislason wrote:
>>>>> I recently installed 7.0-RC1 and I really want to get flash
>>>>> working in some web browser.
>>>>> What is a known working combination of browser+flash plugin?
>>>>> I noted that linuxpluginwrapper doesn't compile under FreeBSD 7.0
>>>> I don't know about linuxpluginwrapper, but
>>>> www/nspluginwrapper+www/linux-flashplugin7+www/firefox work's fine on
>>>> mostly cases.
>>> If you run the 32bit version of FreeBSD. For 64bit I would be surprised if
>>> it works (flashplugin is 32bit, and the native firefox would be 64bit, this
>>> doesn't work together, you could try with linux-firefox in this case, as it
>>> is 32bit too).
>> Just for the record, linux-flashplugin7 + nspluginwrapper run just fine
>> on -CURRENT/amd64 with compat.linux.osrelease=2.6.16 and linux_base-f7.
>> With native FF, of course :-)
> I'm surprised. One can mix 32bit and 64bit stuff in the same executable
> (the 32bit stuff does no native syscalls, but linux ones)?
Well, that is the purpose of nspluginwrapper, as far as I understand.
The nspluginwrapper is an Open Source compatibility plugin for Netscape 4
(NPAPI) plugins. That is, it enables you to use plugins on platforms they were
not built for. For example, you can use the Adobe Flash plugin on Linux/x86_64,
NetBSD and FreeBSD platforms.
===> Configuring for nspluginwrapper-0.9.91.5
host OS freebsd
host CPU amd64
host big endian no
target OS linux
target CPU i386
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