Re: nspluginwrapper and Debian unstable
I have debian-i386 installed in chroot and nspluginwrapper seems to
work without obvious errors. In particular, I see it in Seamonkey's
about:plugins page as
Netscape 4 Plugins Wrapper
File name: npwrapper.so
nspluginwrapper 0.9.90.1 adds support for i386 compiled Netscape 4 plugins.
This is beta software available under the terms of the GNU General
MIME Type Description Suffixes Enabled
unknown/mime-type Do not open none Yes
But that is useless anyway. For example, I've wrapped flashplugin but
Seamonkey does not see it. And no error of any kind is reported. So I
have no idea what's wrong.
On 7/8/06, Todd Courtnage <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I recently came across nspluginwrapper
( http://www.gibix.net/dokuwiki/en:projects:nspluginwrapper ), which
let's you use 32-bit browser plugins with the 64-bit build of Mozilla
(and presumably Galeon/Epiphany/Firefox).
Using instructions at
http://www.ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-193893.html to get it
working with Ubuntu doesn't work for Debian.
When I run Galeon from the command line, and select about:plugins, this
comes up on the console:
/usr/lib/nspluginwrapper/i386/npviewer.bin: error while loading shared
Ubuntu has a ia32-libs-gtk package that provides this library (which
allows nspluginwrapper to work), whereas Debian's ia32-libs package
doesn't have it, and Debian doesn't have an ia32-libs-gtk equivalent (at
least I don't think so, and searching the contents of packages at
packages.debian.org seems to be busted ATM).
Anyone have any success with this on Debian unstable?
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