On Monday 23 October 2006 21:35, Robert Huff wrote:
> GeistTeufel writes:
> >  so now, install linuxpluginwrapper to allow running linux plugin
> >  on native programs
>
>       While we're in the neighborhood of linuxpluginwrapper, I'd like
> to do some advocacy.
>       While most folks are still using 5.* and 6.*, 7 is not /that/
> far off.  As things stand now there's going to be a lot of hurting
> units when that day comes on account of
>
> .if              ${OSVERSION} >= 700009
> IGNORE=         doesn't support ELF symbol versioning, yet.
> .endifg
>
>       It's not clear exactly what to do - a flood of messages to the
> maintainer may or may not have the desired effect - but it would be
> nice if people affected would install this on their mental map.
> (Maybe some qualified soul will even step up and fix the problem.

It wouldn't exactly be the end of the world. I had some problems with the 
standard linuxpluginwrapper recipe, and Firefox, and ended up using 
linux-opera, and after a few month with it I don't know that I don't actually 
prefer it. 
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