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Re: Flash player with Fedora 9



On Tuesday 06 January 2009 16:50:38 Nigel Henry wrote:
> On Tuesday 06 January 2009 16:45, Anne Wilson wrote:
> > On Tuesday 06 January 2009 14:31:52 M A Young wrote:
> > > On Tue, 6 Jan 2009, Anne Wilson wrote:
> > > > F9 required an extra package to be installed - IIRC it is called
> > > > libflashsupport (could have a hyphen in there somewhere?)
> > >
> > > Flash 9 (not Fedora 9) required that extra package to get sound
> > > working. Flash 10 doesn't need it, and indeed its presence can
> > > interfere with the working of Flash 10, so with Flash 10 you should
> > > remove this package, eg. rpm -e libflashsupport
> >
> > He did say he was using Fedora 9, and yes, it gave sound in flash.  If he
> > isn't even seeing the video, presumably flash is not correctly/completely
> > installed.
> >
> > Anne
>
> I've just being trying to get flash working on Kubuntu Intrepid 8.10, as
> someone was having problems getting the site below to play. It wouldn't
> work with Adobe's flash 10, and the site was still complaing of flash being
> missing. Someone suggested Gnash, so I installed that, and the
> Gnash-plugin, but still no go, and I got a popup about missing codecs from
> Firefox, mainly, gstreamer-ffmpeg, and gstreamer-extra, which is included
> in
> gstreamer-plugins-ugly. Installed those 2 packages, and now the site plays
> the flash stuff ok.
>
> Just looked on my F9 install on the same machine. flash-plugin is installed
> (flash10), and libflashsupport is not installed. I see I also had Gnash
> installed. As installing gstreamer-ffmpeg, and gstreamer-plugins-ugly on
> the Kubuntu install had worked, I tried this lastnight on F9, but still no
> go.
>
> Now I've just installed gnash-plugin, and gnash-klash (which is supposed to
> get flash working in Konqueror (havn't tried Konqueror yet)). About:plugins
> in Firefox now shows 2 entries for Flash, but better than that, the site
> below plays.
>
> http://www.koalabrothers.com
>
> The site above is kiddie stuff, and someone on the Kubuntu list was trying
> to get it working. I've just passed 60 (Dec 18), but it's a bit of fun all
> the same.
>
> btw. I've just tried Konqueror with the site, and that too plays the flash
> content ok. Only need to try Opera now, and if that too plays the flash
> stuff, it's all systems go.
>
Sounds as though you're almost there.  I'll file this info for future use :-)

Anne

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