[osflash] Am I overlooking any crucial tools?
dan.shryock at gmail.com
Thu Aug 7 09:11:43 PDT 2008
> Ubuntu indeed uses the nspluginwrapper and I previously had the
> flash9 player working, however by following the first part of the SDK
> installation instructions (uninstall falsh player plugin and replace it with
> the debugger version distributed as part of the SDK) I have managed to break
Hopefully using your package management system to remove and
re-install the plugin should fix your flash player.
If it doesn't work, then all you should need to do is get your
libflashplayer.so (debug, or otherwise) file into the proper plugins
folder and run (as root, or using sudo) nspluginwrapper -i
I usually use a 32bit browser if possible because it is more stable
for me than using nspluginwrapper.
> So is it really necessary to have the browser-plugin-player be the debugger version?
> Does the rest of the SDK depend on this?
The SDK definitely does not depend on the debug version of the player,
all the SDK does is generate swf files.
The debug player can help out a lot when uncaught exceptions are
thrown though because it has a popup window to show you that they
occurred. The standard player just ignores them and hides them from
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