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    I'm running opensuse 12.2 . I have tried to remove bult in java and install java from java.com sucessfully. I have then removed flashplayer from repositories and installed downloaded latest version of adobe flashplayer from adobe.com. I have then uncucessfully tried to move back. Can anybody help to tell me how to fix this, so I can use flashplayer from repositores?

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    On Tue, 11 Dec 2012 00:06:01 +0000, Thomas34 wrote:

    > I have then uncucessfully tried to move back.


    How exactly did you try to "move back"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas34 View Post
    I have then removed flashplayer from repositories and installed downloaded latest version of adobe flashplayer from adobe.com.
    flash player in the Opensuse repositories is the latest (and last) available version for linux distros.
    Only bug fixes will be updated for linux.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas34 View Post
    I'm running opensuse 12.2 . I have tried to remove bult in java and install java from java.com sucessfully. I have then removed flashplayer from repositories and installed downloaded latest version of adobe flashplayer from adobe.com. I have then uncucessfully tried to move back. Can anybody help to tell me how to fix this, so I can use flashplayer from repositores?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas34 View Post
    I'm running opensuse 12.2 . I have tried to remove bult in java and install java from java.com sucessfully. I have then removed flashplayer from repositories and installed downloaded latest version of adobe flashplayer from adobe.com. I have then uncucessfully tried to move back. Can anybody help to tell me how to fix this, so I can use flashplayer from repositores?
    I removed flash-player version downloaded from adobe and installed the version shipped with suse and did the same with java.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    If you just install it
    That's all you need

    If you want better flash support, install Google Chrome.
    I have reinstalled the computor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas34 View Post
    I'm running opensuse 12.2 . I have tried to remove bult in java and install java from java.com sucessfully. I have then removed flashplayer from repositories and installed downloaded latest version of adobe flashplayer from adobe.com. I have then uncucessfully tried to move back. Can anybody help to tell me how to fix this, so I can use flashplayer from repositores?
    I want to have Linuxcompatible BISP-4.19.1 for identitycards, https://install.bankid.com installed and working. There is no support in OpenSuSE but in Ubuntu for that package. When i try in Ubuntu I get the same result as in SuSE.

    First after having changed to flash-player from adobe.com and java from java.com it was possible to start BISP. My guess is that I don't have correct dependencies for PC Twin reader.

    Have I posted wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas34 View Post
    I want to have Linuxcompatible BISP-4.19.1 for identitycards, https://install.bankid.com installed and working. There is no support in OpenSuSE but in Ubuntu for that package. When i try in Ubuntu I get the same result as in SuSE.

    First after having changed to flash-player from adobe.com and java from java.com it was possible to start BISP. My guess is that I don't have correct dependencies for PC Twin reader.

    Have I posted wrong?
    when I follow the link you provided it tells me Linux 64bit is not supported. Are you using a 32bit version of Opensuse?

    flash player installed from adobe or the opensuse repo wont make any difference - they are the same.

    Doesn't look like they provide an Opensuse package of that software so I don't hold high hopes of you getting it to work.

    I guess using sun java (oracle) instead of OpenJDK might help. For a guide on how to do that go here
    https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Installing_Java

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