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Thread: 64-bit google-chrome and flash

  1. #1
    google01103 NNTP User

    Default 64-bit google-chrome and flash

    has anyone got flash to work in the 64bit version?

    am starting with "chrome --enable-plugins" but
    flash not playing and no error messages in the
    command konsole

    is it supposed to use 32 or 64bit flash? I have
    both installed, 32 bit in /usr/lib/browser-plugins/
    and 64bit in /usr/lib64/browser-plugins/

    using rpm from
    http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...tory:/Contrib/

    openSuse 11.1, KDE4.x Factory, Opera weekly

  2. #2
    google01103 NNTP User

    Default Re: 64-bit google-chrome and flash

    google01103 wrote:

    > has anyone got flash to work in the 64bit

    version?
    >
    > am starting with "chrome --enable-plugins" but
    > flash not playing and no error messages in the
    > command konsole
    >
    > is it supposed to use 32 or 64bit flash? I have
    > both installed, 32 bit in /usr/lib/browser-

    plugins/
    > and 64bit in /usr/lib64/browser-plugins/
    >
    > using rpm from
    >

    http://download.opensuse.org/reposit...tory:/Contrib/
    >
    > openSuse 11.1, KDE4.x Factory, Opera weekly

    sorry that's the repo
    http://www.benkevan.com/upload/software/ being
    used
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    openSuse 11.1, KDE4.x Factory, Opera weekly

  3. #3

    Default Re: 64-bit google-chrome and flash

    Well, i'm using the SVN version and when writing aboutlugins i can see that flashplayer is enabled what about you?

    I can't play any flash movies though.
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  4. #4

    Default Re: 64-bit google-chrome and flash

    Chrome is 32bit so if it has been implemented you'll need 32bit.

    64-bit Support €Ž(Chromium Developer Documentation)€Ž I suspect you would be better testing the 32bit version, otherwise you could be chasing unrelated multiarch problems.

    Edit
    Or try a manual build http://code.google.com/p/chromium/wi...up_on_openSUSE
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  5. #5
    google01103 NNTP User

    Default Re: 64-bit google-chrome and flash

    FeatherMonkey wrote:

    >
    > Chrome is 32bit so if it has been implemented

    you'll need 32bit.
    >
    > '64-bit Support ‎(Chromium

    Developer
    > Documentation)‎'
    > (http://dev.chromium.org/developers/design-

    documents/64-bit-support) I
    > suspect you would be better testing the 32bit

    version, otherwise you
    > could be chasing unrelated multiarch problems.
    >
    > Edit
    > Or try a manual build http://tinyurl.com/cl7q3o
    >
    >

    weird, yesterday I did just that (tried 32bit)
    but flash didn't play BUT this morning after
    rebooting it does

    Of course these means mplayer-plugins not seen
    because thy're 64bit


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    openSuse 11.1, KDE4.x Factory, Opera weekly

  6. #6

    Default Re: 64-bit google-chrome and flash

    If it will help any of You i made a chromium package for 11.1 that is now completely native and the flash plugin is already included.

    Try it out,

    64 bit chromium anyone? - openSUSE Forums

    P.S. It is the latest svn version, latest and greatest
    How does a linux geek make love??

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