Package Details: obs-linuxbrowser 0.6.1-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/obs-linuxbrowser.git (read-only, click to copy)
Package Base: obs-linuxbrowser
Description: Browser source plugin for obs-studio based on CEF. Alternative to obs-qtwebkit.
Upstream URL: https://github.com/bazukas/obs-linuxbrowser
Keywords: browser obs obs-qtwebkit plugin
Licenses: GPL
Conflicts: obs-linuxbrowser-bin
Submitter: NexAdn
Maintainer: NexAdn
Last Packager: NexAdn
Votes: 11
Popularity: 0.000746
First Submitted: 2017-04-01 14:55
Last Updated: 2019-04-06 16:57

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NexAdn commented on 2019-12-23 14:30

We are investigating issues if cef-minimal is installed on the system while obs-linuxbrowser is being used. This is however not an issue with the AUR package.

Also, this package is not outdated. It might contain bugs, but as I wan't yet able to fix them, the newest version is still 0.6.1.

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Marte2007 commented on 2017-04-14 17:20

If I put all the files from bin/64bit/ in /usr/lib/obs-plugins/ I am able to start it, so I did some debugging with strace and I can see it's looking for /usr/lib/o/data/cef.pak...
It's a bug with the plugin, it cuts the path at a fixed number of chars, I'm submitting an issue on its Github.

NexAdn commented on 2017-04-11 20:00

@Marte2007: When installing the plugin to global directories (bin/64bit/* to /usr/lib/obs-plugins/ and data/* to /usr/share/obs/obs-plugins) the plugin stops working. The plugin always searches for files that it can't find. I have even tried to install the contents of both bin/64bit/* and data/* to share... (where the additional files should be placed) but it's also not working. Other file positions (of course exept of removing the plugin .so out of /usr/lib/obs-plugins/) even prevent OBS from starting.

Tell me if you have figured out how to make it work and I'll update the package as soon as I can.

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wget and git have been removed.

Marte2007 commented on 2017-04-11 14:25

The plugin gets installed to the user's home directory ($HOME/.config/obs-studio/plugins) while it should install to /usr/lib/obs-plugins/ and /usr/share/obs/obs-plugins/.
Also, since it is not building anything but just downloading and installing the binary release from Github, the dependency on git is not needed.