Re: Adobe flash
- From: Karl Larsen <klarsen1@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 26 Jul 2010 11:47:35 -0600
On 07/26/2010 09:34 AM, Basil Chupin wrote:
On 26/07/10 22:50, Karl Larsen wrote:Your full of it BC. I reported twice to this list what it takes
On 07/26/2010 01:15 AM, chris wrote:Karl, I simply do not know if you actually have Ubuntu 10.04, Lucid,
Hi,I found on my 10.04 that each update of Firefox borks the flash
Using Ubuntu 10.4 32bit, on a pent 3, one gig ram. Everything
running well except with fire fox v 3.6.7, adobe flash is crashing
Have googled extensively, and found many references to 64 bit, but
Any ideas suggestions thoughts greatly appreciated
Cheers the kiwi
Last week ANOTHER Firefox update, and it stopped displaying movies
of all types on version 3.6.7 so I went back to:
and found the one to use and removed the old non-working flash drivers
and then loaded new drivers. It worked and after a reboot it now works
great again :-)
Firefox is a complete loss unless you have that URL. Too bad since it
works ok for the non movie stuff.
installed as you claim or if you are simply imagining that you have
Ubuntu 10.04, Lucid, installed; or perhaps you are imagining that you
have Firefox installed - perhaps you have some other browser installed
but haven't yet realised that this is so?
My Firefox - and my wife's - was upgraded to 3.6.7 and I - we - didn't
have this nonsensical problem which you mention above. The upgrade was
done, and everything worked perfectly after the upgrade.
You aren't using some gas-powered, or ethanol-powered for that matter,
version of Firefox, or even Ubuntu, by any chance?
to get Firefox working. You and your wifes 3.6.7 have NEVER tried to
display a movie from a web page. If you do not care, DO NOTHING!
Karl F. Larsen, AKA K5DI
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