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    Default flash on mozilla?

    Hello guys, I have problem with flash on mozilla.. It's installed on my opensuse, I'm 90% sure but each time when I go to youtube or somewhere else it say me that it is not installed. maybe i should enable it somewhere or?

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    Default Re: flash on mozilla?

    On Wed, 28 May 2014 19:06:02 +0000, lukaso wrote:

    > Hello guys, I have problem with flash on mozilla.. It's installed on my
    > opensuse, I'm 90% sure but each time when I go to youtube or somewhere
    > else it say me that it is not installed. maybe i should enable it
    > somewhere or?


    Do you mean Firefox, or something else? "Mozilla" is a company name, not
    a product.

    Also, what version of openSUSE are you using?

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    Default Re: flash on mozilla?

    Quote Originally Posted by lukaso View Post
    Hello guys, I have problem with flash on mozilla.. It's installed on my opensuse, I'm 90% sure but each time when I go to youtube or somewhere else it say me that it is not installed. maybe i should enable it somewhere or?
    Are you using "noscript" or otherwise blocking javascript?

    Blocking javascript has a side effect of blocking flash.
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    Default Re: flash on mozilla?

    lukaso wrote:

    >
    > Hello guys, I have problem with flash on mozilla.. It's installed on my
    > opensuse, I'm 90% sure but each time when I go to youtube or somewhere
    > else it say me that it is not installed. maybe i should enable it
    > somewhere or?
    >
    >


    Try going to https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/plugincheck/ and see if it
    detects the flash plugin. Also check about:addons > Plugins and make sure it
    is enabled.

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    Default Re: flash on mozilla?

    Quote Originally Posted by lukaso View Post
    Hello guys, I have problem with flash on mozilla.. It's installed on my opensuse, I'm 90% sure but each time when I go to youtube or somewhere else it say me that it is not installed. maybe i should enable it somewhere or?
    you could be 100% sure by checking in Yast

    http://paste.opensuse.org/65058737

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    Default Re: flash on mozilla?

    Quote Originally Posted by farcusnz View Post
    you could be 100% sure by checking in Yast

    http://paste.opensuse.org/65058737
    It's not installed. WHat to do?

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    Default Re: flash on mozilla?

    Quote Originally Posted by lukaso View Post
    It's not installed. WHat to do?
    the answer to that question is as simple as can be . . . . . install it.

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    Default Re: flash on mozilla?

    Quote Originally Posted by lukaso View Post
    It's not installed. WHat to do?
    Install it?

    But you said it _is_ installed in your original post. How did you actually install it then?

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    Default Re: flash on mozilla?

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfi323 View Post
    Install it?

    But you said it _is_ installed in your original post. How did you actually install it then?
    I go to http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ chose YUM for Linux and download it. Then install it, still it seem that it doesen't install what I doing wrong?

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    Default Re: flash on mozilla?

    Quote Originally Posted by lukaso View Post
    I go to http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ chose YUM for Linux and download it. Then install it, still it seem that it doesen't install what I doing wrong?
    Install it in YaST.
    Just click on the box next to the package name until it shows a green tick, then click "Accept".
    Last edited by wolfi323; 29-May-2014 at 05:58.

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