[Newbies] Re: Squeak Firefox plugin on Linux
bert at freudenbergs.de
Fri Apr 13 08:04:47 UTC 2007
Err, I was just trying to explain why it worked in Mozilla and
Firefox before, and now stopped working in Firefox but still works in
Mozilla. If you do not know what linking libraries like libXt means,
ignore that part.
Replacing the old npsqueak.so with the new one should be all that is
required to make it work in Firefox again.
- Bert -
On Apr 13, 2007, at 0:58 , Andrew Dabrowski wrote:
> You've lost me. The installer did put npsqueak.so into the
> plugins directory, but eToys still aren't working in Firefox.
> What is libXt?
>> That's exactly the problem - until very recently, both Mozilla
>> and Firefox linked to libXt by default. Now Firefox does not
>> anymore. So our new version links libXt directly into the squeak
>> plugin. It should be sufficient to install the new plugin, and
>> manually run npsqueakregister. Or even manually create the
>> symlinks from npsqueak.so into your browser's plugins directory
>> (that's all npsqueakregister does).
>> - Bert -
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