On Linux (Debian Lenny) the installation instructions for the *installer*.tar.gz download file say:
Navigate into directory or folder created.
Run install program.
But no directory created; no install program - what the hell is going on??
What you get is a single *.so file. What do you do with it?
I got it to work in the past, but perhaps by a different method. So the system can do it. Thanks any help.
Worked it out:
apt-get purge anon-proxy
(this program seems to be the problem??)
Then did, do not know if necessary:
(To loose these environment variables if they are present, I assume.)
wget -O - http://backports.org/debian/archive.key | apt-key add -
(This is the step that would not work before. It worked alright now.)
apt-get install --reinstall --purge flashplugin-nonfree
(Simply installs the adobe flash player into iceape, presumably.)
Look - this is sinister: Why do the install instructions bear no relation to any sort of reality? Are the microsoft dirt up to something?