yum pulling in 386 packages

David Nielsen david at lovesunix.net
Thu Sep 27 19:44:49 UTC 2007

ons, 26 09 2007 kl. 11:14 +0100, skrev David Woodhouse:
> On Wed, 2007-09-26 at 11:03 +0200, David Nielsen wrote:
> > tir, 25 09 2007 kl. 23:29 +0200, skrev Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski: 
> > > nspluginwrapper works quite well.
> > 
> > I've never personally had any kind of success with it
> Really? At one point (with a bit of qemu hacking) I even had the i386
> flash plugin running with nspluginwrapper+qemu-i386 in my PowerPC
> firefox. I wouldn't _recommend_ it, and there was a bit more
> thread-related qemu hacking to be done before it worked _well_, but it
> was definitely working.

Ah it turns out that nspluginwrapper does not work when you are using
Epiphany, even if they are using the same gecko backend.

So I have the option of using gnash and my favorite browser or be forced
to use Firefox (which I loath) and then have the option of using the
official flash plugin. Gnash fortunately has been quite good to me, sure
once in a while I have to reload a youtube page to get the videos
playing and it doesn't really support anywhere near the full range of
flash sites but it's shaping up very nicely.

- David

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