linuxpluginwrapper-20040831 - take two

jesse marquez jmarquez at telenetwork.com
Fri Sep 24 09:29:14 PDT 2004


jesse marquez wrote:

> -FreeBSD 5.2-CURRENT
>
> $mozilla
>
> mozilla-bin: Fatal IO error 78 (Function not implemented) on X server 
> :0.0.
>
> --------------------
>
>
> Notes-
> Installed port linuxpluginwrapper using the guide located at
> http://forums.bsdnexus.com/viewtopic.php?p=911#911 skipped some of the 
> steps that didn't need to be done anymore.
>
>
>
> #/etc/libmap.conf
> # Flash6 with Mozilla/Firebird/Galeon/Epiphany
> [/usr/local/lib/linux-flashplugin6/libflashplayer.so]
> libpthread.so.0 pluginwrapper/flash6.so *
> libdl.so.2 pluginwrapper/flash6.so *
> libz.so.1 libz.so.2
> libstdc++-libc6.2-2.so.3 libstdc++.so.4
> libm.so.6 libm.so.2
> libc.so.6 pluginwrapper/flash6.so * 


> # Acrobat with Mozilla/Firebird/Galeon/Epiphany
> #[/usr/local/Acrobat5/Browsers/intellinux/nppdf.so]
> libc.so.6 pluginwrapper/acrobat.so
>
>
> I can succesfully run Mozilla or Firefox if I comment out one of the
> indicated(*) lines above in my libmap.conf. Naturally, that leads me 
> to this error -
>
> LoadPlugin: failed to initialize shared library 
> /usr/local/lib/linux-flashplugin6/libflashplayer.so
> [Shared object "libpthread.so.0" not found, required by 
> "libflashplayer.so"]
>
> I've tried rm -r the port directory and recvsuping. I've also tried 
> reinstalling linuxpluginwrapper and
> linux-flashplugin in diffrent orders.
>
> #/etc/make.conf
> CPUTYPE=athlon-xp
> PERL_VER=5.8.5
> PERL_VERSION=5.8.5
> PERL_ARCH=mach
> NOPERL=yo
> NO_PERL=yo
> NO_PERL_WRAPPER=yo
> WITH_LIBMAP=yes
> WITH_GTK2=yes
> WITH_DROPSHADOW=yes
> WITHOUT_CHATZILLA=yes
> WITHOUT_IPV6=yes
> X_WINDOW_SYSTEM=xorg
>
> I've been working on this all day/night and I've been unable to locate 
> any further information on this issue. Any help is greatly 
> appreciated. thanks ^^ 


> I've been playing around with this issue for a while this morning. I 
> was finally able to get mozilla to run with flash and java. First i 
> had to comment out one of the flash mapped lib files in libmap.conf so 
> I could run mozilla. Once I had mozilla up, I disabled the use of java 
> under the advanced section in prefences. Then I went back and 
> uncommented the line in libmap.conf and ran mozilla again. Now flash 
> works great, but in order to get java working you have to go back 
> under prefrences and advanced and enable it again. Once you've done 
> this you can use java and flash just fine but if you close mozilla you 
> have to go through the same process all over again.
>
>
> Firefox doesn't seem to like that work around. Any other ideas guys? 
> I'm crying for direction!






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