Re: 64-bit Flash Player
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Girish Kulkarni wrote:
> Thanks for all your replies (and apologies for the delay in getting
> back from my end; I'd been away and without the Internet). I tried
> using FlashPlayer 10 by copying its libflashplayer.so to /usr/lib64
> and symlinking it in /usr/lib64/iceweasel/plugins. Didn't work. I
> then tried keeping that file in various other locations like
> ~/.mozilla/plugins and ~/.mozilla/firefox/plugins/ but that didn't
> work too.
> Finally I also tried installing the plugin from the experimental
> repository. But apt then asked me to include the sid main repository
> in sources.list too so that it could get the correct version of
> ndiswrapper. Enabling sid main however made apt attempt to upgrade
> every piece of software in my Etch distribution!
> Am I doing something wrong here?!
> On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 5:50 PM, Girish Kulkarni <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Has anyone had any success in using the new 64-bit Adobe Flash player
>> for Linux on Debian? --
>> I tried installing it on my x86_64 Etch machine but Iceweasel doesn't
>> seem to detect it. I followed the instructions gives on the player's
>> download page (all it involved was copying libflashplayer.so to
I just did a fresh install.. So what I did was.
and move the .so there.
get rid of any other instances of a previous flash install.
I did nothing else, didn't attempt to install anything else.. Works
like a charm here.
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