> Hi Fred!
> Please quote properly, please do not top-post.
> Am Mittwoch, 1. August 2012 schrieb Fred Zinsli:
>> > Em 01-08-2012 12:27, Gary Dale escreveu:
>> >> On 01/08/12 10:11 AM, Kent West wrote:
>> >>> If you haven't already tried it,
>> >>> aptitude install gnash
>> >> Do you have recent experience with gnash? The last time I tried it,
>> >> it didn't work very well. I'd prefer to use it over proprietary
>> >> software.
>> > **apt-get remove gnash*
>> Did that. Also removed flashplugin-nonfree as I had both installed.
>> Removed symbolic links in /usr/lib/firefox/plugins. Checked both
>> chromium and firefox to see if any flash plugin was installed, non
>> > apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree
>> Did that after I removed everything else. Installed without error.
>> Chromium and firefox state that the flashplugin-nonfree is installed,
>> but I cannot view any flash sites at all.
>> Both browsers report the following as installed plugins: Shockwave
>> Flash 11.2 r202
> Works here just fine.
> Shockwave Flash
> Datei: libflashplayer.so
> Shockwave Flash 11.2 r202
> Exact same version.
> So I am puzzled. Maybe some extension is interfering?
> What does "cannot view any flash sites at all" exactly mean? What happens
> if you try.
I get a black screen with nothing else shown.
But it now works with gnash installed. The only problem I get now is some sites report flash 6.something required. But thats what you get when you travel the flash website path, so I avoid them.
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