Am Montag, 6. Januar 2020, 19:26:09 CET schrieb Wolfgang Rosenauer:
would you mind to open a bugreport for openSUSE?
We should discuss there (or on
mozilla-factory-mozilla@) how to proceed.
We could either patch Firefox to still search in the
/usr/$LIB/browser-plugins location or change the "convention" that
browser-plugins need to be installed in /usr/$LIB/mozilla/plugins which
is still supported w/o env changes.
I tend to the latter because there is only one plugin left?
Agreed. Doesn't look, like any other browser engines seem to care for this,
and if so, they could be relocated to /usr/$LIB/mozilla/plugins as well.
Also, my tests imply, that the original libflashplayer.so from
flash_player_npapi_linux-126.96.36.1993.x86_64.tar.gz does work well.
IIRC, the purpose of libfreshwrapper-flashplayer.so was to wrap the chromium
provided flash engine. Since chromium has given up on flash (does they?), it
looks like we could/should revert to the adobe provided distribution.
I'm preparing an improved spec of this right now, that will build with TW
(minus KDE4 parts).
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