Re: nspluginwrapper: postinstallation
indeed, libgtk2.0-dev is installed in my box.
I'd read somewhere that adobe plugin doesn't work with libgtk2.0-dev
But I'm not sure about this information. Have you installed it, Jerome?
On Sat, 2007-04-07 at 04:41 +0800, Jerome BENOIT wrote:
before my post, I read the README, but not the README.Debian (no comment :-))
Any how, I should try first with flash as it works quite well.
I guess that something is wrong with the acroread plugin.
Rob Andrews wrote:
On 06-Apr-2007 17:21.24 (BST), Jerome BENOIT wrote:
> I have just tried to install nspluginwrapper:
> what is not clear to me is how to install a 32bit plugin afterward.
> I guess that we must do it by hand, so I tried to install one plugin
> (acroread 7.0.8): iceweasel froze !
> Any success story is welcomed.
I wrote a quick guide on how to use nspluginwrapper. It can be found in:
Really, all you want to do is install the plugin somewhere (I use
$HOME/.mozilla/plugins32) and then run:
nspluginwrapper -i $HOME/.mozilla/plugins32/<plugin-filename>
Then restart your browser.
If you have any problems with the package please feel free to email me.