The Adobe Flash player plugin can be emulated to run on native browsers. Alternatively, the browser can also be emulated, but this method seems to lack performance.
Linux plugin emulation
Install www/linux-c6-flashplugin11 through ports, since at times the repository package may be outdated:
# cd /usr/ports/www/linux-c6-flashplugin11; make install clean
This should install other linux-c6 dependencies, including www/nspluginwrapper . Follow the directions at the end of installing the programs, most of which will be repeated below in the configuration sections.
Load Linux modules according to Linux, configuration#Loading Linux modules.
linproc /compat/linux/proc linprocfs rw 0 0 proc /proc procfs rw 0 0
link /tmp shm
domainname mydomain.com # this is your network's domain-name without localhost ypserver localhost # my.yp.server
passwd: files nis shadow: files nis group: files nis hosts: files nis dns
Run the following for a library plugin to be found by Firefox:
nspluginwrapper -v -a -i
Or to upgrade from a previous installed Flash plugin:
nspluginwrapper -v -a -u
To view the loaded plugins:
If this doesn't work on Firefox, all packages may need to be reinstalled cleanly.
Full Adobe Flash 9 support can be present by using a Win32 browser and Adobe Flash 9 for Windows in WINE. This was tested with WINE 0.9.59, FreeBSD 7-Release and Firefox 184.108.40.206.
Alternatively look into installing the package emulators/pipelight , which is meant to use windows plugins, through wine emulation, in non-emulated FreeBSD browsers. (I haven't tested this set-up)
Some more extensive step-by-step instructions: