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Scott Mitchell wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 10, 2007 at 02:32:41PM -0800, Garrett Cooper wrote:
>> Scott and Nikolas,
>> I'll try to get the linuxplugin-wrapper port to work with Flash9
>> for Linux and then I'll submit the change upstream to the maintainer. I
>> too am tired of the fact that Flash is so ubiquitous, but don't have
>> much choice but to get it working.
>> Aw well.. when in Rome, one must do as the Romans do.. even if
>> it involves "hideous" plugins/content :).
> That would be cool - I've not tried anything newer than Flash 7, although I
> guess there wasn't anything newer until recently, for Linux anyway. Would
> be great if you could get it to work.
> I've just noticed that there's a www/opera-linuxplugins port that appears
> to install Opera 9.10 with the necessary configuration tweaks to use Linux
> plugins. It should just be a matter of installing that, then adding the
> install dirs of the various plugins to Opera's plugin path...
Yup, I know. I'll take a look into the opera linuxplugin wrapper port
too so I can get both Mozilla and Opera sync'ed. I should start work
sometime this weekend because I need to finish off another project
I move to California.
Speaking of which, any Windows admins on this list want me to post the
source for the installer / updater / package manager on sourceforge? It
may come in handy. I don't expect anyone to use it for Unix since
scripting in Unix is excellent already, but I'm going to automatically
add in Windows support and maybe Mac OSX support as well, but that's
iffy.. I'm only going to working for my IT firm for a while, so support
would be beer-based funding, if anyone's interested :D.
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