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Linux Firefox 2.0.0.x + Linux Flash plugin 9 ?

On a FreeBSD 6.2 computer, installing Linux Firefox 2.0.0.x and
Linux Flash plugin 9 from the ports results in Firefox crashing
whenever a page with flash is loaded.  This occurs whether or not
the Linux plugin wrapper is used for the Flash plugin.

Linux Flash plugin 7 from the ports does not have this problem;
it works fine, except that many web sites now block access if you
do not have Flash 8 or higher (very annoying when you just want to
get to some part of the page that does not depend on Flash).

What else is needed to get it to work?  Or does it only work with
Firefox natively compiled on FreeBSD?

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On 22 Aug 2007 17:48:50 GMT
remove22@sonic.net (Timothy J. Lee) wrote:

> On a FreeBSD 6.2 computer, installing Linux Firefox 2.0.0.x and
> Linux Flash plugin 9 from the ports results in Firefox crashing
> whenever a page with flash is loaded.  This occurs whether or not
> the Linux plugin wrapper is used for the Flash plugin.
> 
> Linux Flash plugin 7 from the ports does not have this problem;
> it works fine, except that many web sites now block access if you
> do not have Flash 8 or higher (very annoying when you just want to
> get to some part of the page that does not depend on Flash).
> 
> What else is needed to get it to work?  Or does it only work with
> Firefox natively compiled on FreeBSD?
> 

The only version of flash I've got working was flash7. Flash9 would
half way work without sound..

You may want to check out gnash; (its in the ports tree) I haven't used
it, but it may work for you.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gnash
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Timmy
8/22/2007 7:30:40 PM
remove22@sonic.net (Timothy J. Lee) writes:

> On a FreeBSD 6.2 computer, installing Linux Firefox 2.0.0.x and
> Linux Flash plugin 9 from the ports results in Firefox crashing
> whenever a page with flash is loaded.  This occurs whether or not
> the Linux plugin wrapper is used for the Flash plugin.
>
> Linux Flash plugin 7 from the ports does not have this problem;
> it works fine, except that many web sites now block access if you
> do not have Flash 8 or higher (very annoying when you just want to
> get to some part of the page that does not depend on Flash).

You might want to use the Flashblock extension to avoid running the
Flash code while still reporting the capability.  Many pages are less
annoying this way even if your Flash support is fine...

> What else is needed to get it to work?  Or does it only work with
> Firefox natively compiled on FreeBSD?

Make sure your ports are up to date; I had problems like that, but I
seem to recall they went away some time ago.  [Unfortunately, none of my
systems configured with Flash are running at the moment; I may have a
chance to experiment when I get home, but I'm not counting on it.]
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Lowell
8/22/2007 7:56:47 PM
On 08/23/2007 01:00, Timmy wrote:
> On 22 Aug 2007 17:48:50 GMT
> remove22@sonic.net (Timothy J. Lee) wrote:
> 
>> On a FreeBSD 6.2 computer, installing Linux Firefox 2.0.0.x and
>> Linux Flash plugin 9 from the ports results in Firefox crashing
>> whenever a page with flash is loaded.  This occurs whether or not
>> the Linux plugin wrapper is used for the Flash plugin.
>>
>> Linux Flash plugin 7 from the ports does not have this problem;
>> it works fine, except that many web sites now block access if you
>> do not have Flash 8 or higher (very annoying when you just want to
>> get to some part of the page that does not depend on Flash).
>>
>> What else is needed to get it to work?  Or does it only work with
>> Firefox natively compiled on FreeBSD?
>>
> 
> The only version of flash I've got working was flash7. Flash9 would
> half way work without sound..
> 
> You may want to check out gnash; (its in the ports tree) I haven't used
> it, but it may work for you.
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gnash

Hum, Gnash is still not that very useful and, or up-to-the-mark as yet.

I attempted to try even the latest 0.8.0 on from upstream site; the 
patch for a port upgrade from 0.7.2 is available here at 
http://cto.homelinux.net/ports#gnash, if you want to try it yourself:

# zcat gnash.patch.gz |patch -d / -p1
# cd /usr/ports/graphics/gnash
# make install

Hope that helps!
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Balwinder
8/23/2007 2:25:29 AM
In our last episode, <46cc7702$0$14089$742ec2ed@news.sonic.net>, the lovely
and talented Timothy J. Lee broadcast on comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.misc:

> On a FreeBSD 6.2 computer, installing Linux Firefox 2.0.0.x and
> Linux Flash plugin 9 from the ports results in Firefox crashing
> whenever a page with flash is loaded.  This occurs whether or not
> the Linux plugin wrapper is used for the Flash plugin.

If you are running the linux firefox, so far as know, it doesn't take a
wrapper.  The linuxpluginwrapper is to run linux plugins with native
mozillas (but explicitly does not support flash9 yet).

Anyway, linux firefox with the linux plugin seems to work for me with xorg 7
on fvwm2.  If you are using a heavier wm, like say gnome, YMMV.

Is it possible that you have both firefoxes on your machine and just don't
have your wm pointing at the right one?

> Linux Flash plugin 7 from the ports does not have this problem;
> it works fine, except that many web sites now block access if you
> do not have Flash 8 or higher (very annoying when you just want to
> get to some part of the page that does not depend on Flash).

That's simple, when you want something without flash, use lynx 
(elinks if you must have javascript).  With zgv and mplayer you can use lynx
to pull the stuff off the page that you want without the crap.

> What else is needed to get it to work?  Or does it only work with
> Firefox natively compiled on FreeBSD?

The linux plugin for flash9 works only with the linux firefox.  The
linux plugin for flash7 + linuxpluginwrapper works on FreeBSD firefox.
"Compiled" is not really the right word in your question.  If you use ports
(not packages) even linux firefox is natively compiled.  It just isn't a
native application.

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8/24/2007 8:34:41 AM
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