… of course 64-bit users would need to copy the files for ‘lib’ into ‘lib64’ instead. And libflashplayer.so into /usr/lib64/browser-plugins . Definitely different directories for the two different packagings.
> I tried the 11.0.1 from multimedia but ran into trouble at once, it
> crashes on various sites, so I reverted back to the 10.2 beta version.
That seems to become more common.
I guess you are using Firefox ? Try Konqueror. The same plugin (same shared
object file) works perfect in Konqueror whilst it permanently crashes in
Same problem here, no idea what the cause is.
I simply went back to Konqueror which integrates better into my desktop
Installed 184.108.40.206 today, using only /usr/lib64/browser-plugins/libflashplayer.so and /usr/bin/flash-player-properties from the tarball.
Seems to be working fine atm, haven’t noticed a memory leak or high cpu usage yet. (11.4_64_KDE4 FF7.0)
I have also installed flash player 220.127.116.11 x64. Ir runs with better performance than 10.3, HD movies 720p even 1080p runs smoothly, but without HW acceleration - it’s switch of course on in setting menu. Should I do something else to enable HW acceleration? I have GT430 with latest official repo driver 275.21, FF 7.0, openSUSE 11.4 x64. Thank you.
Are you using the webkit or khtml engine? I’ve been using the Flash 11 beta for awhile, and found that it would crash konqueror with the khtml engine but works fine with webkit. However, I also remember seeing a post from someone who had the exact opposite experience, so whichever you’re using, try the other one.
I have tested the page as well and it loads fine. Flash is working well on other flash sites like youtube, bbc website. Maybe you have some issue with you video card…i don`t know if that is the case but i would start checking
I must have done something wrong as hattrick.org was also a problem with that flash version.
I have this repo enabled: Index of /repositories/multimedia:/apps/openSUSE_11.4
The flash version which now is available here is 18.104.22.168xxx which is the one tested. In that repo there is also a package called ‘flash-player-kde4’ and the equivalent Gnome version. They are not pulled in due to dependency when installing the ‘flash-player’ package, I just wondered why and what it is for. I haven’t installed flash through repo on my 64 bit system for a couple of years(?), done it manually, so am unfamiliar with how it is packed.