HOW-TO get Flash7 working!
tim1timau at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 16 16:58:03 PST 2008
--- Chuck Robey <chuckr at chuckr.org> wrote:
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> Boris Samorodov wrote:
> > On Tue, 15 Jan 2008 16:10:15 -0500 Chuck Robey wrote:
> >> All those libraries need to be found
> >> by the flash9 plugin library.
> > Please, give me strict instructions how to repeate (what to do
> > after a fresh install):
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> > 0. Fresh RELENG_X_Y install.
> > 2. Fresh ports (or date=...).
> > 3. ...
> I said at the very beginning of this thread, that I didn't keep track of
> what I did, because the tack I took was to relocate all of the libs to the
> /compat tree, and this sort of strategy can't be taken until I could get
> official approval of that as the correct method to take for installation of
> Linux libraries. If I got that approval, I said I would undertake to
> locate and fix all of the ports that currently install Linux stuff into the
> /usr/local tree, and then make the flash9 work. This sort of tack can't be
> attempted, unless I could show the port authors involved that I have
> official approval to get this thing done, so they could either approve of
> the diffs I would give them, or argue it with the port managers themselves.
> What I never, ever intended to try, was to force things in any way, that's
> acting childishly. I just needed a official hammer that was morally strong
> enough to get things moving.
If I were a port manager, I would give you approval in a flash (bad pun
intended). I completely agree, linux libs belong in /compat - otherwise, what
is the point of having /compat ??
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