Re: Adobe Flashplayer10 with Opera
eric desmet wrote:
Well... didn't work. It just dawned on me to try a "ldd" to see what
was actually being used...
reg exes a écrit :
i don't have opera but with iceweasel i had to put libflashplayer.so
also in my /home/my_user_name/.mozilla/plugins (i did create the
so if you have a /home/your_user_name/.opera dir, maybe you could try
I'm having a problem getting Adobe's Flashplayer10 to work with Opera
on my system.
I've found various solutions mentioned in this mailing list and on the
'net, however, none of them seem to work for me.
For example, see here:
I tried the "recommended" solution.
1. do not install flashplugin-nonfree.
2. download the 64-bit version from Adobe.
3. unpack the tar.gz and copy the file libplayerflash.so to
My system does not have flashplugin-nonfree installed. I downloaded
and place the plugin in the above mentioned directory.
No matter what I do, Opera refuses to recognize the plugin. All the
other plugins, e.g. Java work without any problems.
I've tried placing it in...
Still no luck...
Anybody have an idea?
myhost:/home/xxxxx# ldd libflashplayer.so
./libflashplayer.so: /lib/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.4' not found
(required by ./libflashplayer.so)
ok... hmmm.... this all seems oddly familiar. I've got Etch with
2.3.6. How can I get glibc 2.4 for Etch? Or should I "simply" upgrade
Thanks for the help!