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    Default Buggy Flash player implementation for linux?

    Dear all,
    I have heard that adobe does not provides the best flash-player implementation for opensuse... From my experience I know that my flash plug ins run slow and sometimes crash or are replaced by a grey border and thus I have to reload the page.


    Did you ever had similar problems with the flash-player plugin?

    Bets Regards
    Alex

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    Default Re: Buggy Flash player implementation for linux?

    Yes, but it tends to depend on your graphics chipset/card and what graphics driver is configured. What is yours?

    It's not just "for openSUSE", but other distros have also had problems.

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    Default Απ: Re: Buggy Flash player implementation for linux?

    I saw that. But in webpage has only 32 bit.
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    Default Re: Buggy Flash player implementation for linux?

    flash runs great here! on nVidia GeForce FX 5500 with the nVidia 3D
    driver 173.14.28

    how it runs on yours is directly related to your hardware's graphics
    capability..

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    Default Re: Buggy Flash player implementation for linux?

    Thats funny, in Ubuntu, Debian, Arch, Fedora, I tested all, and I have the same issue with Intel Mobile 4 Series, the system hang on even Kernel .37 hangs, I just give up on flash!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexdbars View Post
    Thats funny, in Ubuntu, Debian, Arch, Fedora, I tested all, and I have the same issue with Intel Mobile 4 Series, the system hang on even Kernel .37 hangs, I just give up on flash!!
    Kernel-desktop 2.6.37 (and 2.6.36) is good here with Flash on GM45 chipset (Intel Mobile 4 Series), lenovo thinkpad, but not good with full-screen Flash hang/freeze on 2.6.34 even after standard kernel updates.

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    Default Re: Buggy Flash player implementation for linux?

    On 01/31/2011 06:36 PM, alexdbars wrote:

    > I just give up on flash!!


    i repeat: flash is not the problem (else, how could it work on my
    machine wonderfully?), instead it is your graphics...what kind of
    graphics card/chip are you using, and what driver...that info is
    *easily* available to you in the "My Computer" on your desktop..

    but without you telling us what you are using no one here has a chance
    to help....i take that back, help yourself:

    openSUSE Graphic Card Practical Theory Guide for Users
    http://tinyurl.com/2vsv4rh

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    Default Re: Buggy Flash player implementation for linux?

    Quote Originally Posted by consused View Post
    Yes, but it tends to depend on your graphics chipset/card and what graphics driver is configured. What is yours?

    It's not just "for openSUSE", but other distros have also had problems.
    Yeah but for me the blame is in the implementation of adobe.
    I have Geforce G210M... and flash sometimes go really slow and they might even hang (crash)
    Regards
    Alex

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