flashpluginwrapper w/ linux-flashplugin6 ?
stijn at win.tue.nl
Thu Apr 10 07:05:36 PDT 2003
On Thu, Apr 10, 2003 at 10:52:54PM +0900, Norikatsu Shigemura wrote:
> On Thu, 10 Apr 2003 15:46:00 +0200
> Stijn Hoop <stijn at win.tue.nl> wrote:
> > does the flashpluginwrapper work with linux-flashplugin6? I tried it
> > but I only got a browser that crashed on every flash movie. Is there
> > a way to get flash 6 in a FreeBSD built browser?
> > Thanks for any answers,
> Good question. Please teach me how to work linux-flashplugin6!
> I couldn't work it:-). I think that we need partial linux
> emulation system, only specific memory or after (switching)
> system call.
Well it was definitely a very dirty hack -- I needed to copy a lot of
libraries to my browsers plugin directory, including ld-linux.so.2,
libc.so.6 etc etc. I did get phoenix (my browser) to start and show
the flashplayer version 6 signature in about:plugins though, however
it just crashed on every flash site.
I have already reverted my plugins directory so unfortunately I'm not
able to show you the libraries I needed. It was more an act out of
desperation than something else however, I was a bit frustrated at
finally having flash 5 support, and then finding out that most flash
sites require flash 6 :(
Many thanks for all your hard work on the flashpluginwrapper though,
it works great for 'normal' sites that don't require flash 6! It has
made my browsing experience a lot better!
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