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nspluginwrapper help request



The scenario:

I have fedora 12 (rawhide) x86_64 installed and I 
downloaded the 64-bit test tarball of adobe flash 
player.

My actions:

I unpacked the tarball and put libflashplayer.so into 
/usr/lib64/mozilla/plugins.

The Questions:

Does nspluginwrapper automatically detect the addition 
of a plugin and 'wrap' it? If not, what do I do to get 
it wrapped so that it runs securely from an selinux 
point of view?

The nspluginwrapper documentation states that one run:

nspluginwrapper -i 
/usr/lib64/mozilla/plugins/libflashplayer.so

However, this program does not exist, although I have 
nspluginwrapper installed.


My (likely false) work-around:

After poking around, I discovered:

/usr/lib64/nspluginwrapper/plugin-config -i

This is what I have been using up to now and it 
appears to work, but I suspect that this is not the 
correct way to do it.

How do I do this properly?


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