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Re: (fedora) F8: Mozilla plugins (flash and mplayer) don't work

On Nov 15, 2007 12:21 PM, André Costa <blueser gmail com> wrote:
> Hi Jouk,
> On Nov 15, 2007 11:31 AM, Jacob (=Jouk) Jansen
> <joukj hrem nano tudelft nl> wrote:
> > Andre wrote on 15-NOV-2007 13:39:22.26
> >
> > >My problem now is Mozilla plugins: Adobe Flash player doesn't work
> > >(nspluginwrapper fails to, well, wrap it, for some reason), and
> > >mplayer plugin downloads the whole movie but doesn't play it. If I
> > >save the movie and play it directly with either xine or mplayer it
> > >plays just fine (I tried with some trailers from
> > >http://www.apple.com/trailers)
> > Maybe it is the same problem as I had yesterday with internet radio
> > broadcasts :
> >   -Look for which application is realy trying to play the movie. I guess it
> >    is not the mplayer plugin but a libtotem plugin. If that is the case,
> >    remove the plugin from /usr/lib64/mozilla/ directory and let the "real"
> >    mplayer plugin do its work
> Thks for the tip, but unfortunatelly that was not the case...
> Regards,
> Andre

Well, don't know if it's the proper way to solve this, but once I
replaced firefox.x86_64 with firefox.i386 (the same goes for
mplayerplug-in), and removed nspluginwrapper, all started working

The only (considerable) downside to it is that yelp depends on
firefox.x86_64, but so far I chose to lose it in favor of the 32bits
version of Firefox (I guess I could install 32bit version of yelp, but
I'm afraid it would demand tons of 32bit libs that I don't want laying

If anyone knows a better way of doing this (that would not force me to
remove yelp), please advise.



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