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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: Tue, 16 Dec 2008 21:21:23 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.60 (gnu/linux)

It is a problem in my Gnash patch.  It doesn't consider if Gnash is
compiled using SDL instead of GTK.  Please ln -s sdl-gnash to gtk-gnash
until I will fix the problem.

Does the Gnash SDL GUI work on your system?


address@hidden (Karl Berry) writes:

>     can you please try this new file?
>     http://gnuzilla.gnu.org/plugins/gnash-i386.xpi.
> Well, it gets farther, but ultimately still fails for me :(.
> First I removed the previous extensions/gnash* directories.
> Then I put your new file in /usr/local/gnu/icecat/extensions/gnash.xpi
> and let it try to autoinstall at startup -- same problems as before, the
> files ended up in /usr/local/gnu/icecat and not in ~ and apparently
> weren't recognized (same message at every startup about envvars not set
> properly, restart).
> So then I removed those files again and visited the xpi in icecat, ie,
> file:///wherever/gnash-i386.xpi.  This worked ok, with sufficient
> restarts, etc., just like before.
> Now when I visit
> http://www.amazon.com/Ten-New-Songs-Leonard-Cohen/dp/B00005Q45W, it
> thinks it can handle flash, i.e., it doesn't say "download the flash
> player".  So that is good!
> Unfortunately, it doesn't actually do anything.  E.g., clicking the
> play buttons does nothing.  Looking at the voluminous output, the reason
> is apparent:
> Invalid path to standalone executable: 
> /u/karl/.gnuzilla/icecat/8ovw8t1d.default/extensions/address@hidden/libraries/gtk-gnash
> And indeed, I have no gtk-gnash executable in libraries (or anywhere else).
> ?
> Thanks,
> Karl

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