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Re: Another question: where's Gnash?

From: Giuseppe Scrivano
Subject: Re: Another question: where's Gnash?
Date: Mon, 06 Oct 2008 09:59:33 +0200
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Ciaran O'Riordan wrote:

> The .xpi is definitely there:
>   address@hidden:~/software/icecat-3.0.3-g1$ find . -name '*.xpi'
>   ./extensions/staged-xpis/address@hidden/gnash.xpi
> I also tried copying gnash.xpi into ~./mozilla/extensions and running
> ./icecat again, but I still didn't get prompted, and Flash still doesn't
> work.

It is weird that IceCat doesn't ask you to install the extension when
you open directly the file.  Have you opened it with File->Open File
(Ctrl+O)?  If it doesn't work, can you try opening the GNUzilla privacy
features xpi and see if it works?

It is available for download here:

> I haven't tried installing icecat.  I'm just unpacking it and runing the
> ./icecat binary.  Is there any other information I can give you or anything
> else I can test?

It should work from any position, because the extension will be
installed in the personal ~/.gnuzilla/ directory (not ~/.mozilla as you
wrote me above).


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