On Tue, 2006-07-18 at 15:00 +0200, Trond Danielsen wrote:
> On 7/18/06, Trond Danielsen <trond.danielsen(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 7/18/06, Ted Gervais <ve1drg(a)av.eastlink.ca> wrote:
>>> Hi everyone. I am knew to the list and have Fedora Core 5 newly
>>> Most things are ok but I can't get the plugin for Macromedia Flash
>>> Player installed. I have tried all the methods available to me and
>>> while Fedora tells me that the Flash Player is installed, I don't see it
>>> when I click on Help>About Plugins.
>>> I have tried making sure the Flash Player files are in
>>> ~/.mozilla/plugins, and /usr/lib/mozilla, and any other place I think it
>>> might be looking for it. No luck.
>>> I have also tried to install it manually rather than using the automated
>>> process. And still no luck. But in every case, Fedora tells me that
>>> the Flash Player is installed.
>>> Now, how do I tell Mozilla that it is installed.??
>>> Ted Gervais
>>> Coldbrook, Nova Scotia
>>> Canada b4r1a7
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>> Did you follow the instructions on this website?
>> Trond Danielsen
> Silly me! Forgot to add the address! :) Here it is:
Hi Trond and all on the list..
I didn't know about that site but used it as you have it there, and I
got it to work. Macromedia Flash Plug on my Fedora Core 5 now works!!!.
What a pile of frustration to get that going.
Now, I just need the same direction for Java. I installed that and
while I can go to its terminal (or whatever it is called) java itself
is not called when needed in various programs??
Is there a site with a fix for that one??
> Trond Danielsen