[PC-BSD Testing] Flash Player and some KDE apps

flat.rose flat.rose at gmail.com
Sat Sep 6 17:56:46 PDT 2008


 Hmm thanks I'll try to make that work with new insirations given by you,
guys.

On Sun, Sep 7, 2008 at 4:51 AM, Aaron Sloan <ka0zoz at sixone.org> wrote:

> flat.rose
> flash support is built into the pbi already.
> Aaron
>
> On Sat Sep  6 20:34 , flat.rose <flat.rose at gmail.com> sent:
>
> >1. Heard of that while were seeking for a plugin but there's no info how
> to set
> it up working for firefox. Maybe ucould share a link or explain in a few
> strokes,
> please?
> >
> >2. Theme data is not mortal I think, the main idea is to have version
> designed
> for kde4 (e.g. ktorrent 3.1.x, not 2.2.x).in case to have a ready-to-patch
> application installed awaiting for update. I'm compiling ktorrent 3.1.2
> right
> now, so gonna check what's there black and what's not :)
> >
> >
> >3. I'm really not sure if it's video driver issue 'cuz it was working
> ~bad~ on
> fedora9, ~good~ on openSuse11 and it's not working in here but I'll find
> out the
> reason sooner or later. The problem is mainly about "Suspend to RAM" and
> "Suspend
> to disk" menu items in KdeMenu -> Leave -> <Section above "System">. On
> OpenSUSE
> there was an app called Suspend, after installing which, there u could see
> 2
> buttons for Suspeding. Maybe there's a port for BSD?
> >
> >
> >On Sun, Sep 7, 2008 at 4:20 AM, Kris Moore <kris at pcbsd.com> wrote:
> >
> >flat.rose wrote:
> >
> >> Hey there, geeks and just geniuses!
> >
> >> I'm using firefox3 on pc-bsd atm, and trying to make flash-plugin
> working on
> >
> >> my machine. Read MBs of advices (like install linux-firefox and use
> >
> >> linux-flash, or use nspluginwrapper etc...). What I heard lately was a
> good
> >
> >> news from Adobe. They've promised to release fp9 under FreeBSD (= PC-BSD
> too
> >
> >
> >
> >> ofc woohoo) and fp10 beta too. When's that gonna be available? How to
> watch
> >
> >> videos online until that?
> >
> >
> >
> >Right now we do include swfdec as a flash plugin with PC-BSD7, which
> >
> >does work in FireFox and Opera. However, it doesn't support Konq :( At
> >
> >the moment, thats about all we can do, until Adobe makes the release
> >
> >available. Of course, you can use the Win Firefox with Flash 9 in a pinch
> :P
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >> Second thing is that I saw alot of PBIs o' applications like KTorrent
> and
> >
> >> they worked good enough but the problem is that PC-BSD 7.0 is using KDE4
> and
> >
> >> those ports are for KDE3. That's neither comfortable nor lookin' good or
> my
> >
> >> red eyes. ^^
> >
> >
> >
> >Yea, that is kinda pain right now, QT3 / KDE3 apps don't read the same
> >
> >theme data from QT4/KDE4, however, some of the ports like KTorrent, K3B,
> >
> >Amarok and others are working on (or have already) releasing KDE4 native
> >
> >versions, and I expect to have PBIs of them made available shortly after
> >
> >they hit the FreeBSD ports tree.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >> Third Question is about Suspending the system. I have an old but lovely
> Acer
> >
> >> TravelMate 2310 (2313WLMI) and the only way I can set my mate asleep is
> to
> >
> >> press Fn+F4 (Zzz-button). It works but after that I have to reboot my
> book
> >
> >> 'cuz I can't see the damn thing on my screen - everythin' is squizzin'
> >
> >> jumpin' bouncin' so u've got it. I've been using gnu/linux on this
> laptop
> >
> >> before so it were a really good boy and it slept well.
> >
> >>
> >
> >> Cheers.
> >
> >
> >
> >Maybe a video driver issue? What video card is on that notebook?
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >--
> >
> >
> >
> >Kris Moore
> >
> >PC-BSD Software
> >
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