On Sat, Jan 05, 2008 at 05:06:27PM -0500, Aryeh M. Friedman wrote:
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> Rudy wrote:
> >
> > With all this talk about FLASH, I found something out by trial and
> > error and want to post again to the list so that others searching
> > can get the FLASH player working in their brower:
> >
> > THIS STEP IS NEEDED OR FLASH WILL NOT WORK:
> >
> > sysctl compat.linux.osrelease=2.6.20
> 
> I am using 8-current (amd64) and found all I needed to do was install
> www/linux-flashplugin7 then do a nspluginwrapper -v -a -i and flash
> works fine (as far I can tell)... 

Hot damn, that worked. I now have Flash in native Firefox. I never
really paid much attention to the commands for nspluginwrapper or knew
they were necessary. I have also never really gotten Flash to work but
didn't try very hard at it, either.

Thanks.

- jt

 does this add any functionality I
> am not aware of?  (namely some sites seem to partially load like the
> graphs at whos.among.us [the easiest way to test this is go to the
> site in my signature then click on the 3rd icon at the bottom and then
> click on graphs])
> >
> > Better yet, add this to your /etc/sysctl.conf file and reboot:
> > compat.linux.osrelease=2.6.20
> >
> > NOTE: I just picked 2.6.20 kinda at random... seems like that is
> > the linux kernel number (which I know nothing about) for the Fedora
> > 7 release.  Oh, and I installed Fedora 7 instead of the default
> > Fedora Core 4 on my desktop.
> >
> > Why does the linux emulation pick 2.4.2 as the kernel version
> > number to report (by default) and not 2.6.11 (their kernel version
> > shipped with Fedora 4)?  Seems like the ports should and linux
> > module should be updated...
> >
> > Rudy _______________________________________________
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