#gentoo - Wed 16 May 2007 between 00:00 and 00:05



whereamiKijutsu, I think you should just be able to emerge netscape-flash
felixjetyes...
virtualbox
whereamiKijutsu, http://gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_Flash_9_and_Firefox
felixjet>.< xD
Kijutsuwhereami, thanks
felixjet/usr/portage/app-emulation/virtualbox/virtualbox-9999.ebuild: =virtual/libstdc++-3.3"
inxijmbsvicetto: doesn't work with the font you mentioned
jmbsvicettofelixjet: If you do grep -B 10 ... , you'll see libstdc++ is an RDEP of that package
whereamiKijutsu, if you installed firefox-bin to be able to use flash, that's no longer necessary. nspluginwrapper works pretty well. if you were just trying to save compile time, then disregard, heh.
inximarienz: silly question: you are using a text based console right?
marienzinxi: err, yes
felixjetjmbsvicetto, but why i cant compile gcc if i have virtualbox using libstdc++ ?
inximarienz: ok, just checking.
jmbsvicettoinxi: Do you have unicode=yes in /etc/rc.conf? Did you specify your locales in /etc/locale.gen ?
felixjet: You didn't understood my question. I was trying to determine if you needed gcc-3.X.
marienzinxi: mm, I don't have /etc/init.d/consolefont started though. That may be fouling things up
felixjetohhh
lol
yea!
to compile qemu
Kijutsuwhereami, okay. Apparently it's installed according to about:plugins. but why does Adobe Shockwave Player fail to launch on adobe's flash test page?
jmbsvicettofelixjet: IIRC, a recent change has made gcc-3.X a dep for libstdc++-v3
marienzinxi: lemme see what that unicode setting actually does...
jmbsvicettofelixjet: Well, then you can't just remove it ;)
felixjetvirtualbox you mean ?
jmbsvicettoKijutsu: Do you have noscript active?
Kijutsujmbsvicetto, not even installed.
jmbsvicettoKijutsu: or [ad|flash]block?
inxijmbsvicetto: UNICODE="yes" in rc.conf is the thing that's causing this behavior.
Kijutsujmbsvicetto, same, not installed
inxijmbsvicetto: I am checking locale.gen... one sec
jmbsvicettoinxi: I have it here and it's working
inxi: Do you have unicode in your use flags?
marienzjmbsvicetto: is your /etc/init.d/consolefont started and what's in /etc/conf.d/consolefont if it is? inxi: same?
inxijmbsvicetto: yes, unicode is in my use flags
marienzI *have* seen this before, no idea why it works now.
inximarienz: yes, it is started, and it's set to default8x16
marienzinxi: ok, sec
jmbsvicettomarienz: consolefont is started

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