amd64 version of Opera
eculp at encontacto.net
Mon Mar 17 00:45:50 UTC 2008
Quoting Ion-Mihai Tetcu <itetcu at FreeBSD.org>:
> On Sun, 16 Mar 2008 12:06:22 -0500
> eculp <eculp at encontacto.net> wrote:
>> Quoting Ion-Mihai Tetcu <itetcu at FreeBSD.org>:
>> < SNIP >
>> > So what? Yell about it in pre-everything:: and pkg-message. It will
>> > give you some early real-world testing.
>> > Personally I won't run a snapshot (except if asked) since I relay on
>> > Opera much to much:
>> > 95562 itetcu 1 44 19 163M 155M select 0 113:55 0.00%
>> > operapluginwrapper
>> > 95442 itetcu 1 44 0 96956K 81628K select 0 113:00 0.00% opera
>> > 95560 itetcu 1 8 0 96956K 81628K nanslp 1 39:07 0.00% opera
>> > 5 windows (about 100 tabs) in the native version and one window (about
>> > 20 tabs) in the linux version.
>> The opera beta runs great using the install.sh.
> I don't say it doesn't/wouldn't, I just say I don't want to take the
> risk of something blowing my ~100 tabs (I know I relay to much on the
> wonderful idea of sessions but it's really nice to be able to have the
> site you are working / reading / etc. come up when you start opera).
Most of us probably do. I am guilty of at least 25 even when I am
always trying to minimize. It is very nice as are the ability to save
sessions every once in a while.
>> I see you are running operapluginwrapper and just tried to install it
>> and get the following error on it and few other emulation related ports.
>> /usr/ports/ # make install
>> ===> Installing for opera-linuxplugins-9.21.20070510_1
>> ===> opera-linuxplugins-9.21.20070510_1 depends on file:
>> /usr/local/share/opera/plugins/libnpp.so - not found
>> ===> Verifying install for
>> /usr/local/share/opera/plugins/libnpp.so in /usr/ports/www/opera
> I don't have www/opera-linuxplugins installed (and I'm getting a
> warning window about libnpp.so not being found when I start opera -
> which I ignore).
> I prefer the hassle of copy/pasting from opera to linux-opera a link to
> a page with flash to being harassed by flash adds on some sites I read
>> ===> opera-9.26.20080215 depends on shared library: aspell.16 - found
>> ===> opera-9.26.20080215 depends on shared library: c_r.4 - not found
>> ===> Verifying install for c_r.4 in /usr/ports/misc/compat4x
> Nothing more here ?
>> ===> Returning to build of opera-9.26.20080215
>> Error: shared library "c_r.4" does not exist
>> *** Error code 1
> Strange. Do you have /usr/local/lib/compat/libc_r.so.4.compat4x ?
I have a complete group of compats from 4 to 6.
>> Could this be because of having changed to emulators/linux_base-f7 and
>> kernel 2.6.16?
> I don't see why.
Neither do I but the good news is that flash is working in Opera:
Version 9.50 Beta 2
System amd64, 8.0-CURRENT
Qt library 3.3.8
Java Java Runtime Environment installed
without my intervention. I have the linux-flashplugin7 installed and
nothing else that I am aware of. So for now the c_r.4 error doesn't
All the plugins that I have installed seem to be detected without
opera-linuxplugins. I had no idea that Opera was going to detect the
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