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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Sun, 29 Feb 2004
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linuxpluginwrapper www  Deleted Deprecated Expired Ignore files touched by this commit A wrapper allowing use of linux-plugins with native applications
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  A   A  DDDD  IIII   OO    SSSS    linuxthreads!

o Accordingly, Flash6 plugin was more stable and robust with libc_r.
  Maybe, I'll stop to hear that some browsers (firefox, epiphany, etc..)
  will be overrun on own exit.

o With the result, /etc/libmap.conf sould be updated.  Please be careful.

        [libflashplayer.so]
        libpthread.so.0         liblthread.so.3
                to
        libpthread.so.0         pluginwrapper/flash6.so

o Acrobat plugin became beta1 quality state and more stable.  You will
  be able to view PDF on native browsers with PTHREAD(KSE/THR), but I'm
  afraid that /usr/local/Acrobat5/Reader/intellinux/bin/acroread will
  not exit.  Because acrobat plugin cannot stop it.  I think that
  I should add more (some?) pthread(3) functions.

        Please be careful:
                Native browsers with acrobat requires libKSE/THR/PTHREAD.
                On libc_r, these will be overrun.

o Major errno (ENOENT, ...) are almost same between FreeBSD's and Linux's.
  So I didn't convert it.  But EAGAIN is not same between these.  So
  I fixed this, and acrobat became good.

Not tested on:  4-stable
Tested on:      5.2-current
Obtained from:  Using the Linux flash plugin on Solaris x86
                http://www.tools.de/solaris/flash/

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