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I have the port flashplugin-mozilla-0.4.12 installed (using firefox-1.0.1_2,1). I find that it crashes firefox pretty consistently. However, a quick grep of flash in the ports reveals these: flash-0.9.5 flashplugin-0.4.3 flashplugin-firefox-0.4.12 flashplugin-mozilla-0.4.12 flashplugin-mozilla-devel-0.4.12 flashpluginwrapper-0.20021113 linux-flashplugin-5.0r51_2 linux-flashplugin-6.0r79_2 linux-flashplugin-7.0r25_1 linuxpluginwrapper-20050119_1 Should I be using one of these? What are they all!? :c)...

  1. #1

    Default flash plugin?

    I have the port flashplugin-mozilla-0.4.12 installed (using
    firefox-1.0.1_2,1). I find that it crashes firefox pretty consistently.

    However, a quick grep of flash in the ports reveals these:


    flash-0.9.5
    flashplugin-0.4.3
    flashplugin-firefox-0.4.12
    flashplugin-mozilla-0.4.12
    flashplugin-mozilla-devel-0.4.12
    flashpluginwrapper-0.20021113
    linux-flashplugin-5.0r51_2
    linux-flashplugin-6.0r79_2
    linux-flashplugin-7.0r25_1
    linuxpluginwrapper-20050119_1

    Should I be using one of these? What are they all!? :c)


    Tom Guest

  2. #2

    Default Re: flash plugin?

    On 03/15/05 20:49:00, Tom Vilot wrote: 

    How about http://www.freshports.org/www/flashplugin-firefox/

    And put WITH_MOZILLA=firefox ine /etc/make.conf. You may have had
    mozilla installed as a dependancy of the falsh plugin without that flag
    set.

    Jason Guest

  3. #3

    Default Re: flash plugin?

    Jason Henson wrote:
     
    Nah, same problem :c(
    -------

    Mar 15 21:20:01 bsdlaptop kernel: pid 5564 (firefox-bin), uid 1001:
    exited on signal 11 (core dumped)

    Tom Guest

  4. #4

    Default Re: flash plugin?

    On Wednesday 16 March 2005 01:49, Tom Vilot wrote: 

    The first one is a shell. Those that start with flashplugin are based on the
    third-party GPL version, which is a nice idea, but basically doesn't work.
    The linux-flashplugin versions are based on the a real macromedia produced
    linux binary, and work very well.

    If you are happy to run a third-party binary, then you need linuxpluginwrapper
    and one of the linux-flashplugin versions. I think version 6 is the stable
    port and 7 is a beta-port (the last time I looked it didn't work with
    firefox)
    RW Guest

  5. #5

    Default Re: flash plugin?

    > > flash-0.9.5 [/ref]

    How did you use grep to display this ?
    Gert Guest

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    Default Re: flash plugin?

    On Thu, 17 Mar 2005 10:16:36 +0100, Gert Cuykens <com> wrote: [/ref]
    >
    > How did you use grep to display this ?
    >[/ref]

    never mind i thought there was some fancy grep option that scanned all ports :)

    I# ls | grep flash
    dummyflash
    flashplugin
    flashplugin-firefox
    flashplugin-mozilla
    flashplugin-mozilla-devel
    flashpluginwrapper
    linux-flashplugin
    linux-flashplugin6
    linux-flashplugin7
    I#
    Gert Guest

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