Chris Maness skrev:
Danny Pansters wrote:
> On Friday 18 August 2006 01:45, Garrett Cooper wrote:
> > Danny Pansters wrote:
> > > On Thursday 17 August 2006 12:52, Gerard Seibert wrote:
> > >> chris wrote:
> > >>> I didn't see any such notices in fresh ports.
> > >>
> > >> Port: linux-flashplugin-7.0r63_1
> > >> Path: /usr/ports/www/linux-flashplugin7
> > >> Info: Adobe Flash Player NPAPI Plugin
> > >> Maint: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > >> B-deps:
> > >> R-deps: linux_base-fc-4_7
> > >> WWW: http://www.adobe.com/
> > >>
> > >> Is this what you are referring to?
> > >
> > > I almost don't dare asking, but.... :)
> > >
> > > does anyone have this working with konqueror?
> > >
> > > Dan
> > If it works with Mozilla 1.2+, it will work with Konqueror. See the
> > installation prereqs from the adobe site.
> No. It works in FF but not in konq, if I point nsplugin finder to the
> place it doesnt recognize it as a plugin. Something with relying on a
> file which is ignored by konq's idea of a nsplugin. At least to me
> to be the problem.
> Thats why I asked if anyone else had it working.
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This makes me want to switch to Ubuntu for the Desktop. I have two
FreeBSD servers and one desktop. FreeBSD is Awesome for a server
platform, but constant complications such as these make it a total pain
to run as a desktop. I'm sure looking forward to the day when FreeBSD
is a little more refined in the desktop area. Ubuntu is awesome, but I
don't particularly care for Linux either. FreeBSD packaging is the best
I have seen on any platform. Maybe some day all of the wonderful
refinements that Ubuntu has made can be transfered over to a workable
FreeBSD desktop configuration.
OK, I'm done with my soapbox
Funny thing about Freebsd is that you can run linux-executables.
If you install www/linux-firefox you can use linuxplugins like flash
and it just works.
At least one less complication.
Regards from Lars
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