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    Default Adobe Flash Player in 11.2

    Hello

    Been having problems with flash, and I really need some help.

    I have tried to uninstall and reinstall in yast
    no luck. uninistalled again.

    I downloaded and installed Adobe Flash 10 rpm direct from adobe.
    I shut down firefox and then restarted...went to youtube....
    no luck. I get the annoying error:
    "Hello, you either have JavaScript turned off or an old version of Adobe's Flash Player. Get the latest Flash player. "



    in yast i have:
    flash-plugin [10.0.32.34-release]

    Flash is doing the same thing in Konqueror / Firefox
    in Opera it videos load, but there is no sound!

    In firefox: edit > preferences > applications, there is nothing that says flash!




    are there other files that I may be missing? How do I tell?
    Any suggestions is greatly appreciated.


    qu1nn
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    Default Re: Adobe Flash Player in 11.2

    If you are _64bit as your sig implies. You need nspluginwrapper installed, do you?
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    Default Re: Adobe Flash Player in 11.2

    Thank you for responding.
    Yes I am running 64bit.

    First off NO, I didnt have nspluginwrapper installed. I went into YAST, istalled [1.2.2-11.1] and rebooted. I still get that annoying error:
    "Hello, you either have JavaScript turned off or an old version of Adobe's Flash Player. Get the latest Flash player. "

    I decided to uninstall:
    mozillafirefox (3.5.5-1.1.2)
    mozillafirefox-branding (3.5-8.9.1)
    mozillafirefox-theme-oxygen (1.4.90-3.2)

    reboot, and reinstalled the 3 items above, and rebooted again.
    NO LUCK.


    also note that things work in OPERA albeit it is unbearable choppy video & sound (regardless of website)


    any suggestions?


    thank you for your time
    qu1nn
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    Default Re: Adobe Flash Player in 11.2

    I wasnt aware of this site:
    Webpin

    and I searched for flash, selected one of the one click installs for 64bit and selected one of the adobe flash plugin and player installs for 11.2 and rebooted, now it is working:

    when I check out yast I find the following:
    flash-player 10.0.32.18-2.6(10.0.32.18-3.2.1) [64bit]
    flash-plugin 10.0.42.34-release [32 bit]


    those 1 click installs are nice, but seem as if they could be quite dangerous... I may be naive but is there any screening process for the one click installs on opensuses site?

    regards
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    Default Re: Adobe Flash Player in 11.2

    flash-plugin 32bit on a 64bit machine does require nspluginwrapper
    But 64bit flash-player works fine on it's own.

    I wasn't aware that there was now a Oneclick for this. I never use Oneclicks anyway. They are OK but it can be that you end up with duplications of repos, as it seems the oneclick installer is unable to asses your current repo list, so it adds by default all those the install will require. In the case of flash here, you are probably fine.
    As far as I know, it requires user ingenuity to deselect and modify anything the oneclick proposes. There is no screening.
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