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xeno74
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Re: SpiderWeb

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Hi All,

I compiled SpiderWeb 2.2.2 for Linux PPC64 today.

Download: spiderweb-2.2.2.linux-powerpc64.tar.bz2

Support thread: forums.macrumors.com

It could be, that you have to install some packages for example libffi7 for using SpiderWeb. I successfully tested it on Fedora 27 PPC64 and on openSUSE Tumbleweed 20190722 PPC64 today. If you use Debian Sid PPC64, then you need the symbolic link "libffi.so.6" to "libffi.so.7". Please create this symbolic link with the following command:

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ln -s /usr/lib/powerpc64-linux-gnu/libffi.so.7 /usr/lib/powerpc64-linux-gnu/libffi.so.6
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Please test the new SpiderWeb.

Thanks,
Christian
http://www.amigalinux.org
http://www.supertuxkart-amiga.de

Running Linux on AmigaONEs can require some tinkering.

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xeno74
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Re: SpiderWeb

Post by xeno74 »

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YouTube videos in HD with ViewTube and SpiderWeb

Hi All,

The old version of ViewTube doesn't work with YouTube in SpiderWeb anymore. It isn't possible to install the new version with SpiderWeb. You have to install it manually.

Installation instructions:
  1. Download the ViewTube v2 script
  2. Decompress the package and copy the folder gm_scripts to /home/<your user directory>/.wicknix/spiderweb/<profile directory>
    For example:

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    cp -R gm_scripts /home/amigaone/.wicknix/spiderweb/xa4ue3g6.default/
  3. Restart SpiderWeb
Cheers,
Christian
http://www.amigalinux.org
http://www.supertuxkart-amiga.de

Running Linux on AmigaONEs can require some tinkering.

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