The scandalous status of linux-flashplugin9
johnjen at reynoldsnet.org
Mon Oct 8 08:10:12 PDT 2007
[ On Monday, October 8, Scot Hetzel wrote: ]
> The port is not broken as the flash9 port is not compiled, it just
> installs the linux flash9 binary. What is broken is the linux
> emulation on FreeBSD < 7. Work is underway to improve the linux
> emulation in -CURRENT.
> I agree the port should be marked broken for OSVERSION < 7000xx, and
> compat.linux.osrelease = 2.4.2, as the flash9 plugin may require
> 2.6.16 linux emulation.
Is there a handbook or wiki entry which would point one to the procedure for
"properly" moving from 2.4.2 to 2.6.16 emulation under -current? I believe I
saw some posts that 2.6.x would not be default for 7.0-RELEASE for whatever
Can anybody report success on -current with 2.6.16 emulation with the flash9
John & Jennifer Reynolds johnjen at reynoldsnet.org www.reynoldsnet.org
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