On Mon, 15 May 2000, emre wrote:
> This is really not that important and in case it doesn't work or if there
> is no solution for this, I'll live :)
> I'm running FreeBSD 5.0-20000419-CURRENT on i386, and I'm using the ports
> from whatever date I installed the system. Linux emulation and all that
> stuff works fine (I had a problem with real player which is fixed now). I
> installed the macromedia flash plugin for Linux and I am also using the
> Linux version of Communicator (with no problems by the way).
> The flash plugin also seems to do its job, with one exception: there is no
> sound. I've made sure that there is no other application using the sound
Yes, try cvsup-ing more recent sources. I re-call having problems
with the linux flash plugin and sound around that date. After rebuilding
a more recent world, all was well again. As I recall at least one more
person having the exact same problem at the same time, I don't believe it
to be an isolated case.
Bosko Milekic * pages.infinit.net/bmilekic/index.html * www.technokratis.com
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