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Old 04-27-2011, 08:20 AM   #1
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LXer: Watching Flash video in OpenBSD just got a whole lot easier

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This just in (from the openbsd-misc mailing list): The FlashVideoReplacer add-on for Firefox works in OpenBSD with the help of gecko-mediaplayer, which is now an OpenBSD package. Testers reported this combination working in OpenBSD-current. I've since found that it works for Vimeo videos in OpenBSD 4.8-release and could very well work for YouTube in 4.9-release.



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