maemo.org Bugzilla – Bug 1925
mplayerplug-in compiles, but does not work
Last modified: 2008-12-25 15:55:24 UTC
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once installed, mplayerplug-in shows up in the list of installed plugins, and
once installed, mplayerplug-in does not show up in the list of installed
STEPS TO REPRODUCE THE PROBLEM:
I have been able to compile mplayerplug-in 3.45 against the microb engine
libraries using the following steps:
/usr/lib/microb-engine/xpidl -I /usr/share/idl/microb-engine -m header
/usr/lib/microb-engine/xpidl -I /usr/share/idl/microb-engine -m typelib
mv nsIScriptableMplayerPlugin.h Source/
mv nsIScriptableMplayerPlugin.xpt Source/
scp mplayerplug-in*.so mplayerplug-in*.xpt root@****:/usr/lib/browser/plugins/
in addition to adding the line:
to Source/nsScriptablePeer.h at line 48.
However, when I copy the .so files to /usr/lib/browser/plugins/ on my n800, the
plugin does not appear in my browser's list of plugins.
I have been able to compile the basic unix plugin from the mozilla SDK and have
it show up in the list, so getting mplayerplug-in working seems possible.
Unfortunately, I don't have much experience debugging browser plugins and I am
at a loss.
I forgot to mention that I also made copies of all of the microb-engine*.pc
files as mozilla*.pc and changed their "Requires:" lines in the same manner.
is this still an issue in Diablo (which exact version)? Which exact hardware is
this (N800, N810)?
Tim, a lot has happened since you filed this report. Is this still an issue?