Fwd: Re: FreeBSD browsers...
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Sun Jan 30 07:54:01 PST 2005
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Subject: Re: FreeBSD browsers...
Date: Sunday 30 January 2005 10:52 am
From: Steven Friedrich <FreeBSD at insightbb.com>
To: Ian Moore <imoore at picknowl.com.au>
On Sunday 30 January 2005 05:40 am, you wrote:
> Are you using the native firefox or the linux version? I would suggest you
> use the native version (and mybe remove any linux versions you have
> installed to avoid any confusion).
> If you have the native one, have you installed the linuxpluginwrapper port?
> If you have done all that, it should now just be a matter of installing
> - acroread
> - linux-flashplugin
> - linux-realplayer
After sending the email, I kept working on it and discovered the info from
linuxpluginwrapper about libmap.conf.
Using /etc/libmap.conf, I can run native mozilla and native firefox from a
command line and get no messages about missing libraries.
I have the following ports:
I removed flashplugin-firefox because it only supports really old flash
version. The linux-flashplugin correctly displayed flash on
http://www.t-zones.co.uk/newsexpress for example.
I don't know if linux-realplayer is actually found by mozilla or firefox
because about:plugins says:
Helix DNA Plugin: RealPlayer G2 Plug-In Compatible
File name: nphelix.so
Helix DNA Plugin: RealPlayer G2 Plug-In Compatible version 0.4.0.404
built with gcc 3.2.0 on Dec 14 2004
If that's player 10, it won't play anything I've found goint to real player's
When I try to open a pdf with firefox, it launches acrobat, but it freezes
"Initializing ewh.api". This pdf is in my home directory and is a version 1.2
pdf. No error is displayed on the console.
When I try to open that same pdf with mozilla, I get:
/usr/local/Acrobat5/Reader/intellinux/bin/acroread: error while loading
shared libraries: /usr/local/lib/libartsdsp.so.0: ELF file OS ABI invalid
i386 FreeBSD 4.11-STABLE
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