djackson452 at gmail.com
Tue Nov 17 21:07:26 UTC 2009
I never had tried to install Linux flash. I did install Windows flash
under Firefox on Wine and it worked. I found that the freebsd port for
Wine would not work but if I downloaded the source from WineHQ and
compiled it would work fine, however, i tried a more recent version of
Wine which did not compile right on FreeBSD, my current properly
compiled wine version is, 1.1.7. You can try the most recent version of
Wine and see if tht works, if not you can try 1.1.7 which worked well
David Collins wrote:
> I have periodically tested with getting flash working, and everytime I
> try it fails and I go back to undoing everything I have done and
> re-installing gnash. Gnash works but it does have a few niggles.
> I tried the following:
>> This is what I did for a 7.2 box. Note that there are compatibility
>> # pkg_info -orx linux > linux-stuff
>> # pkg_delete -rx linux
>> # cd /compat/linux
>> # find . -type f -ls
>> # rm -rf *
>> # sysctl compat.linux.osrelease=2.6.16
>> OVERRIDE_LINUX_BASE_PORT= f10
>> OVERRIDE_LINUX_NONBASE_PORTS= f10
>> to /etc/make.conf.
>> # portinstall www/nspluginwrapper
>> # nspluginwrapper -v -a -i
>> * Finally, fire up Firefox and check that it has loaded the flash plugin by
>> typing 'about:plugins' into the URL bar. Find a site with flash content[*],
>> and enjoy.
> Everything installed easily and about:plugins has Shockwave Flash and
> FutureSplash Player as enabled. But, when I go to youtube.com all I get a black
> screen and the video doesn't load.
> Does anyone have any ideas why flash isn't working?
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