I suggest you use www/plugger, works with native fbsd mozilla. It starts realplayer as an application by default, not as a plugin, and honestly, this is what you want. Plugins suck for video or audio, it is a bad idea IMHO. If you want plugin, you can configure it for that, I believe.
Plugger works by using external programs and open them either in an X window inside mozilla, or just starting them through a forked /bin/sh.
It supports over 50 different mime types, starting different progs. Hence, the dependcy list in the port is fairly long, perhaps you can some off if you don't want it all...
--On fredag 19 mars 2004 09.37 +0900 Rob <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I have installed on STABLE PC:
mozilla-1.6_3,2 linux-flashplugin-6.0r79_1 linuxpluginwrapper-20040310_1 mplayerplug-in-2.45 linux-realplayer-8.cs2_4
I have following in /usr/X11R6/lib/browser_plugins :
raclass.zip -> /usr/local/lib/RealPlayer8/raclass.zip rpnp.so -> /usr/local/lib/RealPlayer8/rpnp.so
To no avail; realplay plugin does not work with mozilla. Any more hints?
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