[Squeakland] Mozilla Plugin and Debian (Linux)
jpglutting at gmail.com
Sun Jan 30 16:52:47 PST 2005
Ooops! I didn't download that one - I thought it was a newer version (3.8).
I think it might be good to rename it. I am downloading it right now,
by the way, and it looks like the squeak-sources file has been removed
(I can't get into the /rpm sub-directory - it has access restricted).
I will tell you how it goes with the right plugin image file...
On Sun, 30 Jan 2005 15:52:53 +0100, Bert Freudenberg <bert at squeakland.de> wrote:
> Am 30.01.2005 um 14:24 schrieb JP Glutting:
> > Thanks Bert.
> > I have been trying to install with the rpms (converted to .debs with
> > alien). It seems that these packages do not include the
> > SqueakPlugin.image file (I am not sure if they are supposed to...).
> The plugin image is the Squeakland image
> We'll need to put an explanation with the packages. To run the
> squeakland browser plugin you need the Squeakland image, which requires
> the Squeak-vm package. Maybe we should rename the Squeakland-image
> package to SqueakPlugin-image?
> > I downloaded the file that you linked, and copied it into
> > /usr/lib/squeak/, then ran /usr/lib/squeak/3.7b-5sl/npsqueakrun
> > When running Faceball in the browser, I get this on the terminal:
> > jpg at kidbox:~$ firefox
> > don't create MySqueak link on desktop
> > My Squeak -> /home/jpg/.npsqueak/My Squeak
> > start squeak from plugin
> > XShmAttach: BadAccess (attempt to access private resource denied)
> > X Error of failed request: BadShmSeg (invalid shared segment
> > parameter)
> > Major opcode of failed request: 132 (MIT-SHM)
> > Minor opcode of failed request: 3 (X_ShmPutImage)
> > Segment id in failed request: 0xc0000d
> > Serial number of failed request: 69
> > Current serial number in output stream: 69
> > The screenin blank, with "Done" in the status bar.
> > Does that help anyone?
> Try to remove the -xshm option from the npsqueakrun script. Are you
> running this on a remote machine?
> - Bert -
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