In article <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> you write:
>Juergen Lock wrote:
>> Preliminary checklist for getting flash9 to work in native firefox:
>> (flash10 needs more ports work, I shall post about that seperately on
>> -emulation...)  If you have additions to this please post a followup to
>> this thread, keeping the Cc: (I'm not on -questions...)
>> 1. You need RELENG_7 from at least Mon Oct 20 11:15:57 2008 UTC
>> (the relevant MFC commits are:
>> - a recent HEAD should also work of course.)  There are linprocfs patches
>> for RELENG_6 too (merging the former commit), but the latter commit can't
>> be merged to 6 (and 7.0) since they lack the cpuset bits, so flash9
>> probably won't work on SMP there.  (Although if you have SMP you probably
>> should be running 7 anyway. :)  Oh and if you do have SMP you also need to
>> use the ULE scheduler, the cpuset syscalls are not supported with 4BSD.
>> linprocfs patches for 6:
>> 2. Your portstree needs to be from at least Sun Oct 19 17:37:28 2008 UTC
>> (the last www/linux-flashplugin9 commit is:
>> )
>> 3. Make sure linprocfs is mounted to /compat/linux/proc .
>> 4. Make sure www/nspluginwrapper, www/linux-flashplugin9 and dependencies
>> are installed and up to date(!).  (the default emulators/linux_base-fc4
>> should work, if you want to use a later one don't forget to set
>> compat.linux.osrelease=2.6.16 in sysctl.conf and OVERRIDE_LINUX_BASE_PORT
>> to whichever version you use in make.conf.  Note however that on 6, only
>> the default compat.linux.osrelease=2.4.2 really works.)
>> 5. If the plugin doesnt show up in firefox' about:plugins, run
>>      nspluginwrapper -i 
>> /usr/local/lib/npapi/linux-flashplugin/
>> and restart firefox.
>> 6. And remember there's a security advisory for the current version of
>> flash9,
>> (if you use portaudit you need to `make -DDISABLE_VULNERABILITIES ...'
>> to be able to install the port), and fc4 seems to be eol'd too, so you
>> probably want to install something like the noscript firefox extension,
>> and only allow plugins (and scripts, tho thats a different problem) on
>> sites you trust...
>>  And finally, if you still get crashes after following the above even
>> on pages that are reported to work now (like youtube) you probably want
>> to run `ktrace -di firefox...' and look at the output using linux_kdump
>> (thats the devel/linux_kdump port, you want to use a package), paying
>> specific attention to the lines above `PSIG SIGSEGV' (or whichever
>> signal you got), maybe there are still shlibs missing that the plugin
>> needs (NAMI, and if this is the case tell us about
>> it so the appropriate dependencies can be added to the relevant ports.
>> If you can't figure it out I guess it doesn't hurt to post the last
>> few 100 lines of the dump up to the relevant PSIG on -emulation...
>>  You may also want to check linked shlibs like this:
>>      /compat/linux/bin/sh /compat/linux/usr/bin/ldd 
>> /usr/local/lib/npapi/linux-flashplugin/
>> and
>>      /compat/linux/bin/sh /compat/linux/usr/bin/ldd 
>> /usr/local/lib/nspluginwrapper/i386/linux/npviewer.bin
>> (if you see `not found' in there you know something is wrong) - although
>> that doesn't show libs that may be dlopen()d at runtime.
>Thanks for this.  I was able to get linux-flashplugin9 working in native 
>Firefox 3.0.3 on FreeBSD 7-STABLE i386.  The only additional thing I had 
>to do was copy 
>/usr/X11R6/lib/browser_plugins/ into 
>~/.mozilla/plugins/ for Firefox to recognize the plugin.

Yeah I forgot to note that you want to run nspluginwrapper -i
as the user that will run the native browser, not as root, then the
wrapper will go into ~/.mozilla/plugins/...

>  After that 
>Youtube, google video, and google maps (incl. street view) work fine, 
>but slow.  A friend of mine with a very similar setup was not so lucky 
>and still has problems with flash9 locking up FF.

 Hmm, lockups I haven't seen yet here.

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