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Re: Another question: where's Gnash?

From: Giuseppe Scrivano
Subject: Re: Another question: where's Gnash?
Date: Thu, 02 Oct 2008 16:05:37 +0200
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do not you get a message on the first execution that GNU Gnash is found
and if you want to install it?  If for any reason you didn't get it, try
opening with IceCat the .xpi file present in the extensions directory.


Ciaran O'Riordan wrote:
> The release notes said:
>> For the first time, the GNU/Linux-i386 binaries include the GNU Gnash
>> plugin already installed.
> But it doesn't seem to be working for me.
> When I visit sites that use Flash (like destandaard.be, demorgen.be, or
> independent.ie), a bar appears along the top of the screen saying
> "Additional plugins are required to display all media on this page [Install
> Missing Plugins...]"
> When I click the [Install Missing Plugins], a dialog box appears quickly
> "GNU IceCat is now checking for availabl plugins", and then it displays:
> "The following plugins are available:
>  [v] Gnash 0.8.1"
> I click Next, I'm asked to agree to the GPL, I agree and click next.  Then
> I'm told:
>  "No plugins were installed
>     Gnash 0.8.1 Not available [Manual Install]"
> If Gnash is already installed in the binary, what do I have to do to enable 
> it?
> Thanks again.

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