firefox3: where are hidden the plugins settings?
glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Thu Oct 2 18:09:19 UTC 2008
On 10/02/2008 02:46 AM, Pierre Frenkiel wrote:
> I want to view a conference which is broadcast via rtsp.
> If a make a realplay call, that works perfectly, but I'm unable
> to convince firefox to use realplayer:
> On 1 machine, it opens a totem plugin, on another one, it opens the
> mplayer plugin, and none of them works.
> What drives me crazy is that it's totally independant of any user's
> configuration: I get the same thing if I remove the .mozilla directory!
> It doesn't come either from mozplugger: same results if I remove
> I also checked that it doesn't come from mailcap/mime.types.
> So, where are hidden these damned plugins settings?
In Fx3 enter the following in the url bar:
about:plugins | Enter
That will show you each plugin that is installed. Now to fine the Totem
plugin (for instance) you'll see that the file name is
'libtotem-basic-plugin.so' so open a terminal and do:
That will show you where the actual plugin is located.
If you are using a combination mplayer/realplayer:
File name: mplayerplug-in-rm.so
you are likely to find it in 3 places:
and a mplayerplug-in-rm.xpt in ~/,mozilla/plugins if you have a plugins
folder in your profile directory.
If you are looking for where Fx3 (Ubuntu version) gets all of it's
default preinstalled plugins from, look in
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