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I have tried to watch youtube for quite a while, but with no success... It worked directly on fc6, but fc9 just dont work! I am using Fedora 9 on ...
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- 09-17-2008 #1
Flash Player on Fedora 9
It worked directly on fc6, but fc9 just dont work!
I am using Fedora 9 on a i386 and have installed the latest Flashplayer 9 plugin and linked the libflashsomething.so to the extensions folder.......
- 09-17-2008 #2
I am using FC9 on one of my test machines and can watch youtube, ensure you have the latest flash file:
my current kernel is 126.96.36.199-29.fc9.i686
You can obtain the above, via google search.
I hope this is of help.
- 09-18-2008 #3
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- 09-18-2008 #6
flash-plugin-something.i386: already installed latest version
libflashsupport-something.i386: already installed latest version
- 09-18-2008 #7
If you've got the latest version, all should be well. What is the actual error that you get when you try to watch Youtube videos?
- 09-19-2008 #8
The error you usually get when you have no Flashplayer installed, then you install Flashplayer and restart your browser, but it don't work!
I had to reconfigure inittab to make it ALMOST start in X and now flashplayer dont work...
Should i Reinstall the system?
- 09-19-2008 #9
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- Sep 2008
just intall opera it will help you
and for installing opera
yum install opera
- 09-19-2008 #10
If firefox cant find flashplayer then Opera cant ethier, they are using a similar Plugin System