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Re: [Gnash] undefined symbol

From: Markus Gothe
Subject: Re: [Gnash] undefined symbol
Date: Fri, 03 Nov 2006 18:44:00 +0100
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This is due to ELF-visibility... Please report which version of gnash
you're running.


Andrew Williams wrote:
> Hello all,
>   I've been trying gnash on and off for a while and left it for a couple
> of months as it was crashing my X server. Now I'm having another go, but
> I've been running into a problem on my x86_64 machine running Gentoo. If
>  I run gnash xxx.swf from the command line it works well, but if I try
> and use it as a browser plugin I get, for example:
> NewStream: The full URL is
> Forked sucessfully, child process PID is 13720
> Starting process: /usr/bin/gnash -r 3 -v -x 44042136 -j 550 -k 400 -u
> -U
> -P align= -P
> bgcolor=#CC6600 -P height=400 -P name=martini -P
> pluginspage= -P quality=high
> -P src=martini.swf -P type=application/x-shockwave-flash -P width=550 -
> 17:17:31: Verbose output turned on
> /usr/bin/gnash: symbol lookup error: /usr/bin/gnash: undefined symbol:
> _ZN5gnash7LogFilelsEm
> and a blank window. This is the same for epiphany and firefox.
> Again, running gnash
> works fine.
> I have a near identically configured Gentoo x86 machine at work, and
> that works perfectly, so I'm somewhat stumped. Can anyone help?
>          Andrew

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