Mario Lobo wrote:
Read these instructions from Arjan van Leeuwen.

It works perfectly !!

Hi Henry, others,

As of the latest weekly development release of Opera (see, it's now possible to use any Linux plugin in the native Opera for FreeBSD version, including Flash and Acrobat Reader. The feature will be included in the upcoming Opera 9.1.

For now, it'll require some actions to get it to work, but if you'd like to experiment with this, this might help:
0) Make sure you have the x11/linux-xorg-libs port installed.

1) Download and extract the latest weekly release for both FreeBSD and Linux:
(FreeBSD package is for FreeBSD 6.x and requires Qt installed)

2) Copy operapluginwrapper from the Linux package over to the FreeBSD package:
$ cd opera-9.10-20061205.4-shared-qt.i386.freebsd-en-507
$ cp ../opera-9.10-20061205.1-static-qt.i386-en-507/plugins/operapluginwrapper plugins/

Now, if you want to run the Opera weekly directly from the package without installing (will use a fresh, empty profile, recommended):

3) Copy within the FreeBSD package to a new location:
$ cp plugins/ bin/

4) Run Opera
$ ./opera

If instead you want to install Opera for all users (will overwrite existing installations and use your default profile, not recommended with development releases like this):

3) Run install
$ ./

4) Copy manually to the Opera binary directory
$ cp plugins/ /usr/local/share/opera/bin/

5) Run Opera
$ /usr/local/bin/opera

The actions described here do not affect Java; you'll still be able to run Java applets with the native version of Java (such as diablo-jdk or diablo-jre).

We appreciate any reports on whether this feature works as expected (or doesn't at all).

On Tue, 21 Nov 2006 15:31:30 +0100, Henry Lenzi <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

 Thanks for you support. I have posted on the forum, on ocasion.
 The main issues, for me, are
 1) Java (idiablo-jdk - it doesn't work, even though the path is right);

I'm using it here - the path to use is /usr/local/diablo-jdk1.5.0/jre/lib/i386/. You can post on the forum if you have more problems with this. It could be that you're using a package that's compiled for a different version of FreeBSD; use the .4 package if you're on FreeBSD 6.

 2)  the Flash plugin. Is there a way to use the Linux emulation layer
in order to get the plug-in working?

See above :)

 3) Cyrillic fonts look small, and you can't make them bigger.

I don't know about that, but you could file a bug at

Best regards,

Arjan van Leeuwen

Actually 9.10 was released and it is supposed to have support out of the box for linux plugins. So why not try the latest release.
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