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Old 10th October 2008
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Default Opera 9.60

I updated Opera 9.60 on FreeBSD 7.0 and I got a message:

"Opera encountered a problem during plug-in setup.
Plug-ins will not work properly.
Check your installation.

Could not start plug-in executable 'operapluginwrapper'

Searched directory:

/usr/local/share/opera/bin/ "

Before I didn't have problems with plugins.

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Ignore it.
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Old 11th October 2008
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Originally Posted by vermaden View Post
Ignore it.
I did but there are about: plugins

opera: plugins plug-ins no found

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Old 11th October 2008
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can you find path where previous version opera stored plugins....
maybe new opera is looking in different place (i had this, when switched from ff2 to ff3)
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Same here. It gave me this:

1)% cat /usr/local/share/opera/bin/operapluginwrapper

if [ brandelf $3 | grep "FreeBSD" ]; then
        exec $0.freebsd $@
        exec $0.linux $@
2)# cp ./operapluginwrapper.freebsd ./operapluginwrapper.linux
3)% opera

No warning.
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Old 31st October 2008
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Doing so will result in you having no linux plugin support in opera (flash, f.e.).

My issue is somewhat different. I have 9.61 installed along with the opera-linuxplugins, I get no error when starting opera, I get sound with f.e. youtube video's, but nothing visual in flash (a step up from <= 9.60 where I also got the error popup and no working flash).

The error appearing in the console is:

/usr/local/share/opera/bin//operapluginwrapper.linux: error while loading shared libraries: /usr/local/lib/compat/libstdc++.so.5: ELF file OS ABI invalid

It's nothing terrible, but if someone knows of a solution.. ;-)
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