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I visit web pages with flash movies. Any idea? How do I solve this problem? Please help, thanks a lot in advance! Regards...
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    Mozilla with Flash player installed crashes every time when


    I visit web pages with flash movies. Any idea? How do I solve this problem?

    Please help, thanks a lot in advance!

    Regards
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    have you installed flash? If you dont have, you can try to put it in ex. /usl/local/mozilla/plugins.

    Good luck

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    What methods did you take in installing Flash plugin? I downloaded the plugin to the Mozilla directory and created a link to it. These days, they come in self-installing forms.
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    i use the self executed installer...........
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    As I'm running Windows 2000 as of this moment (yes, I need to run it for an application) I forget the full path to Mozilla but all you need to do is extract libflashplayer.so and ShockwaveFlash.class to the Mozilla's plugin directory. I think it's /usr/lib/Mozilla/plugin. Once you've succesfully done that, you can see if it is installed by using the Mozilla browser menu Help->About Plugins. This should list all the plugins.
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    Try running mozilla from a terminal and see if it gives you any error when it crashes.

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    Thanks there, I happen to like Opera more now, LOL, I will try out your ideas, dudes!

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    it just keps closing itself when loading a website with flash movies
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    Have you tried running it from a terminal?

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    thanks mate! I tried everything u told me! even try installling new version of mozilla, still, keep closing when load my fav site!
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