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I posted the DLS not recognizing drivers... got DSL-N which has a 2.6 kernel and everything is good except... I've installed Flash Player a dozen times, and I can't get ...
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    Damn Small Linux Not and Flash Player


    I posted the DLS not recognizing drivers... got DSL-N which has a 2.6 kernel and everything is good except...

    I've installed Flash Player a dozen times, and I can't get it to work for SeaMonkey, FireFox, or Mozilla.

    I need flash player as my drive is dead and I'm using a LiveCD to continue working until I have the fundage to replace the drive.

    Thanks

    Mark

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    Gnash seems to work on my laptop-it might be easier to get working, since it's open source.
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    Okay I'm running from a DSL-N live cd, the drive is dead.
    Can't use Gnash because it requires gcc. i have room on the ramdisk to download it but not install it.

    any other thoughts?

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    No, I'm afraid not. I downloaded DSL-N myself and found that it didn't have a driver for my wireless card, and I couldn't seem to install it. The forum appears to have died(no posts for a long time), so I'm not sure what you can do.
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