[npapi] chinese p2p dog camera

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[npapi] chinese p2p dog camera

Post by humanclone » 2019-09-09, 09:54

It uses an NPAPI plugin. It installs one dll into c:\windows . How do I convince palemoon to load the stream viewing interface? I really really do not want have to keep an entire windows machine for internet explorer npapi support

npIPCamPlug.dll

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Re: [npapi] chinese p2p dog camera

Post by moonbat » 2019-09-09, 10:07

humanclone wrote:
2019-09-09, 09:54
It uses an NPAPI plugin. It installs one dll into c:\windows . How do I convince palemoon to load the stream viewing interface? I really really do not want have to keep an entire windows machine for internet explorer npapi support

npIPCamPlug.dll

:wtf:
Learn to ask a question properly FFS. How is anyone supposed to know what you're blathering about if you don't provide any information - what software is this that uses an NPAPI plugin, where to download it, any screenshots? Have you never asked a question online in your life before?
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Re: [npapi] chinese p2p dog camera

Post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2019-09-09, 10:11

moonbat.. As much as I love to go after confusing opening posts.. Please in the future consider the context and possibility of a non-native english speaker or machine translation.

With that said, please clairify, OP.
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Re: [npapi] chinese p2p dog camera

Post by moonbat » 2019-09-09, 10:13

New Tobin Paradigm wrote:
2019-09-09, 10:11
As much as I love to go after confusing posts.. Please in the future consider the context and possibility of non-native speakers or machine translation moonbat.

With that said, please clairify, OP.
I do account for that, since OP here doesn't sound like they have problems with English, and it's too perfect to be a machine translation ;)
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Re: [npapi] chinese p2p dog camera

Post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2019-09-09, 10:17

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moonbat, don't throw away a promising future of potential here. Please dial it back a smidge.
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Post by moonbat » 2019-09-09, 10:36

Aye, cap'n!
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Re: [npapi] chinese p2p dog camera

Post by vannilla » 2019-09-09, 12:17

Maybe you can move/copy it to a folder used by Pale Moon (which one depends on the OS, if I recall correctly.)
If you are not using Windows as your OS, then there's not much you can do, since NPAPI plugins require to be compiled specifically for the target system. Given that it's a DLL for Windows, unless you can get a version for not-Windows by the developers you can't use it in a different system.

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Post by humanclone » 2019-09-09, 12:20

I have a p2p camera to watch dogs. It has an android app. I do not like it. It offers a browser plugin. I download the installer exe. It installs one dll into \windows as named above. This is x64 windows 10 pro.

about:plugins in palemoon does not list it

How do I load the plugin with palemoon? Now the lan page prompts to download exe. I have done that.

I downloaded portable x64. I copied dll to relative folder for plugins as mentioned in other dll threads. no joy.

I know an extension is not a plugin.

this is the file

https://wetransfer.com/downloads/cafcfa ... 640/ae33bb

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Re: [npapi] chinese p2p dog camera

Post by Nigaikaze » 2019-09-09, 13:10

humanclone wrote:
2019-09-09, 12:20
It offers a browser plugin. ... I downloaded portable x64.
By any chance, is it a 32-bit plugin? If you're using the x64 version of Pale Moon, you would need an x64 version of the plugin. If no such plugin version exists, then this plugin would only show up in a 32-bit version of Pale Moon.
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Re: [npapi] chinese p2p dog camera

Post by coffeebreak » 2019-09-09, 15:16

humanclone wrote:
2019-09-09, 12:20
I downloaded portable x64. ... no joy.
Nigaikaze wrote:
2019-09-09, 13:10
By any chance, is it a 32-bit plugin? If you're using the x64 version of Pale Moon, you would need an x64 version of the plugin. If no such plugin version exists, then this plugin would only show up in a 32-bit version of Pale Moon.
Looking inside the .dll with an archiver, it does seem to be meant for 32-bit Windows.
npIPCamPlug.dll\.rsrc\version.txt
npIPCamPlug.dll.png

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