This mail in the freebsd list archives describes what I did to get
firefox 1.0.7 and flash 6 working:
Look at how I had to change MOZ_PLUGIN_PATH (towards the end). Perhaps
this will do the trick for you too.
Ean Kingston wrote:
I've been trying to get Macromedia Flash 6 (linux-flashplayer6) to work with
native firefox (1.5) on FreeBSD 6.0 and running into some annoying problems.
I know I needed linuxpluginwrapper to get this to work and so installed it
along with the linux flash plugin port. I tried several times, reviewed the
port build notes, looked for readmes, and searched some with Google. I found
several detailed installation instructions but none of them worked for me.
In order to get it to work, I copied flashplayer.xpt and libflashplayer.so
from the linux-flashplayer6 installation directory into the browser_plugins
directory. I took this from instructions for getting an older flashplayer5 to
This at least got me to an error message (about not being able to locate
libpthreads.so. That is one of the things that linuxpluginwrapper is supposed
to take care of.
After several more attempts at trying to resolve this, I resorted to a brute
force method. I copied the flash6.so library that came with
linuxpluginwrapper to the browser_plugins directory as libpthreads.so.
This is a very bad solution but I got flash working.
So, my question is how do I get this to work properly? For any who might be
able to help, here is some relevant info:
messy file copies:
flashplayer.xpt -> ../linux-flashplugin6/flashplayer.xpt
libdl.so.2 -> /usr/local/lib/pluginwrapper/flash6.so
libflashplayer.so -> ../linux-flashplugin6/libflashplayer.so
libpthread.so.0 -> /usr/local/lib/pluginwrapper/flash6.so
So, how do I get this to work without the messy file copy?
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