On 8/14/07, Dean S. Messing <[email protected]> wrote: > > This is a longshot. > > Try putting a hard copy of the .so in plugins/ instead of a soft link. > > I had very similar symptoms to yours, except with a flash plugin under > Mozilla, a year or so ago. For some odd reason it would simply not > load the plugin if I used a soft link. I verified that the soft link > pointed to the file. I deleted .mozilla/pluginreg.dat each time I > changed things and brought up mozilla. Only the hard link worked. > > Dean When installing plugins (Realplayer, Flashplayer and Sun's JRE) in F7 I could get various plugins to appear in one user account but not another. I tried deleting the plugins.dat file but that didn't work. Deleting the problem user's firefox directory got the plugins to register.