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The problem is that he can't run installers, because he lacks admin access.

Thanks for noting the missing admin access, I wonder why people don't bother to read whole posts before replying :-p
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also, the DLLs and other necessary files cannot be extracted from the installers by normal means, I mean I've tried.

That's because the installers you're getting are just stubs and download the latest version from the net, and Adobe afaik even added an online check to the "full" installers to prevent outdated installations - preventing easy extraction of the contents should most likely achieve the same objective.
Edited by Marsu24 - 11/28/12 at 12:11am
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Sorry about being a day late guys, run into a compilation error:

http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/topic/342326

 

frown.gif Seems to be a compiler bug as well. Hopefully a downgrade will fix this.

    
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frown.gif Seems to be a compiler bug as well. Hopefully a downgrade will fix this.

"Undefined symbol" looks more like an Intel compiler quirk to me if you didn't declare something as extern and the compiler refuses to be smart enough to look for it itsself ... or maybe there's some code missing for the vp8/webp decoder that isn't in your source? Well, good thing I don't have to look for the bug, these things are really annoying :-o - Thanks for doing it for us!
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The problem is that he can't run installers, because he lacks admin access; also, the DLLs and other necessary files cannot be extracted from the installers by normal means, I mean I've tried.
http://notepad.patheticcockroach.com/2243/flash-11-for-portable-browsers-32-and-64-bits/ This usually has the latest versions of Flash in a zip file for both 32 and 64-bit. Just extract the appropriate .dll and .xpt file to %APPDATA%\Mozilla\Plugins\ and you're good to go!
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I never used webm video in Fx, youtube is all flash anyway. Is it possible to just drop this library for now and compile Waterfox without it?
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I never used webm video in Fx, youtube is all flash anyway.

Actually, youtube make use of html5 video capability if available. You can turn this On here:
http://www.youtube.com/html5

Right click on video to check if she's played by flash or html5 smile.gif
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html5 is not available for all videos on youtube. Especially those that with embedded ads.
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Nevermind, just realized it's a Nightly version.


Thank you!
Edited by NiGHTsC - 11/29/12 at 4:37pm
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I never used webm video in Fx, youtube is all flash anyway.
Actually, youtube make use of html5 video capability if available

... but the flash h264 encodes have visibly higher image quality, at that even a slightly lower bitrate - webm/vp8 was mainly the lever to force the h264 patent owners to allow free non-commercial usagme, but google's codec is simply not as efficient.
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If this has been asked before, I apologize: Is there any plans to have a Linux/Ubuntu version made? In my 64-bit Ubuntu machine I use FireFox which works but would be nice to use WaterFox as well. smile.gif
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