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Old 2nd February 2007, 03:25 PM
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Adobe Flash Player 9 issues

I downloaded and successfully installed the rpm package for flash player 9 from adobes website. Followed their installation instructions. However when i open a web page that requires flash player it tells me that i am missing a plugin. Can anyone tell me how to actually install it. I have fp9 beta version working on my laptop (which didnt have an rpm package). I know that all i had to do for that was take one file and move it to a directory. I dont remember which though
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Old 2nd February 2007, 04:18 PM
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I assume you're running firefox.

the file is libflashplayer.so, and you need to move it to /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins

The installer should have set up symbolic links in that directory for you, but anyhow, this fix should work
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