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[Gnash] Fwd: Blank Display

From: Prathap KV
Subject: [Gnash] Fwd: Blank Display
Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2007 16:26:55 +0530
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I could run gnash on pxa-255.

when i run just gnash on my target


# ./gnash

Error: no input file was specified.

usage: gnash [options] movie_file.swf

Plays a SWF (Shockwave Flash) movie


-h, --help Print this info.

-s <factor> Scale the movie up/down by the specified factor

-c Produce a core file instead of letting SDL trap it

-d num Number of milliseconds to delay in main loop

-v Be verbose; i.e. print log messages to stdout

-va Be verbose about movie Actions

-vp Be verbose about parsing the movie

-m <bias> Specify the texture LOD bias (float, default is -1.0)

-x <ID> X11 Window ID for display

-w Produce the disk based debug log

-j <width> Set window width

-k <height> Set window height

-1 Play once; exit when/if movie reaches the last frame

-g Turn on the Flash debugger

-r <0|1|2|3>

0 disables both rendering & sound (good for batch tests)

1 enables rendering & disables sound

2 enables sound & disables rendering

3 enables both rendering & sound (default)

-t <sec> Timeout and exit after the specified number of seconds

-b <bits> Bit depth of output window (16 or 32, default is 16)

-u <url> Set "real" url of the movie

(useful for downloaded movies)

-U <url> Set "base" url for this run

(used to resolve relative urls, defaults to movie url)

-P <param> Set parameter (ie. "FlashVars=A=1&b=2")

--version Print gnash's version number and exit



CTRL-P Toggle Pause

CTRL-R Restart the movie

CTRL-[ or kp- Step back one frame

CTRL-] or kp+ Step forward one frame

CTRL-B Toggle background color

So i hope everything i think gnash has cross compiled properly.

when i run some swf file $gnash Car.swf

Ther is no output and it stucks there.Not showing any error messages.

MG>This ones goes to /dev/null

Is this bcoz the gnash got compiled for X11?

Thanks & Regards,

Prathap K V

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