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Re: 3.0.4-g1 gnash envvar error

From: Giuseppe Scrivano
Subject: Re: 3.0.4-g1 gnash envvar error
Date: Sun, 14 Dec 2008 10:36:25 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.60 (gnu/linux)

address@hidden (Karl Berry) writes:

>     Good, at least first step is done :)  Can you please check if
>     all libraries pointed by libraries/gnash are present?
> Pointed to?  Sorry, I don't know what you mean.

Linked.  The gnash plugin needs other libraries, probably you don't have
all of them installed and this is the reason that the plugin can't be
loaded by IceCat.  Can you please `ldd' them?

> What I have in
> ~/.gnuzilla/icecat/*.default/extensions/address@hidden is the
> same list I sent before (that ended up in the first try under
> /usr/local/gnu/icecat-3.*), namely:
>> ./address@hidden/libraries:
>> dumpshm*              libgnashmedia-cvs.so*   libgnashserver.so*
>> gnash*                libgnashmedia.la*       libltdl.la*
>> gprocessor*           libgnashmedia.so*       libltdl.so*
>> libgnashamf-cvs.so*   libgnashnet.la*         libltdl.so.3*
>> libgnashamf.la*       libgnashnet.so*         libltdl.so.3.1.4*
>> libgnashamf.so*       libgnashnet.so.0*       sdl-gnash*
>> libgnashbase-cvs.so*  libgnashnet.so.0.0.0*   soldumper*
>> libgnashbase.la*      libgnashserver-cvs.so*
>> libgnashbase.so*      libgnashserver.la*
> Is there a way to tell whether gnash is "installed" as far as icecat
> goes (whatever that means :)?

The only way I know is to copy (or symlink) the plugin in the "plugins"
directory or create an extension like we are doing with Gnash.

> about:plugins only returns libnullplugin.so, but I have the feeling that
> is not definitive.

Does "Tools -> Add-ons" show Gnash installed?  If so, I am quite sure it
was a problem to load the .so because of dependencies.


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