On Mittwoch, 20. Februar 2008 21:01 Karolina Lindqvist wrote:
Oh, it has? I made the patches to PKGBUILD about a month ago, so I can't remember exactly what I did and why. Only that building with kdelibs from SVN gave problems and I tried for fast fixes. I got so tired of it, so I did not bother to find the reason for the failing of fakeroot until now.
That is why i was so surprised because at the first look there is no reason why it stops for you and for me not. Me personally fells unwell if i have to run makepkg under root acout but i can understand why you can live with your workaround.-)
I don't like that solution, and I don't believe in it. Can mplayer handle the interactvity of flash? I really love mplayer, and it is my favourite player from the command prompt (hey, I have even contributed), but I find that the integration with web pages often does not work so good. The new flash works great, and I find it more dependable than mplayer, and thus a great and cannot-be-without upgrade to kde.
Hmm, i don't know if i understand you in the right way but the solution from the url is to get the new flashplugin 9.0.115 work together with an unpatched konqueror. The NPP backend of kmplayer is only used for running a Netscape XEmbed plugin and the look is the same as before with the older flashplugin. I don't know what you mean with interactvity but this be my two test pages which works well:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=8HQoxvv753c [Yes, i like the nba and the first one from Lamar Odom is my favorite -)]
http://prod-media.samsungmobile.fr/microsite/firmwares [Is this interactiv enough?]
But please don't think i want to induce you to change your working system.
I just could not determine if the fix should be in fakeroot, in kdelibs, or in makepkg like you suggest. I would consider an upgrade kdelibs having a higher priority, but until then the easiest way for me is just to build my own. I anyway also build for i586, so it is as easy as "makepkg" to build for i686 too.
I'm lazy so one extra line in makepkg is my favorite.-) If you want you can post (or send me) your PKGBUILD from kdelibs and i will try it as normal user.
See you, Attila