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Old 15th May 2008
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Default Gnash & Firefox plugin

Hi there,
Yesterday I installed gnash (graphics/gnash) from the port with browser plugin option selected and kde (my desktop is kde).
All seems to go ok and I get a gnash command.
Gnash works as a plugin using konqueror.
So far so good but gnash is not installed as a firefox (BSD version) plugin.
What's wrong ?
Is there a file somewhere to move in the firefox plugin directory ?
Searching for the problem I noticed that the plugin file may be libgnashplugin.so but this file is anywhere in my system. Maybe this is the filename only for linux ?
Maybe I missed something when selecting options ?

By the way, how can I have back the options selection ? After make clean if I do make install I cant select the option but it start building right away.
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