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Old 1st December 2011, 03:11 PM
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Question gflashplayer & GyachE Improved v.1.2.10


I am trying to receive a webcam using GyachE Improved. The stand alone command for the flash player is gflashplayer. However, there is no such file on my F14 system.

Where do I find and install gflashplayer?

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Old 2nd December 2011, 06:02 AM
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Unhappy Re: gflashplayer & GyachE Improved v.1.2.10

Additional information:

I've discovered that Gyach-Enhanced-pYVoiceChat-1.0.7-1.i586-1.rpm should solve this problem.

The install complains with the following error:

Gyach-Enhanced-pYVoiceChat-1.0.7-1.i586 requires pygtk >= 1.99
Gyach-Enhanced-pYVoiceChat-1.0.7-1.i586 requires libltdl.so.3

My confusion is that "locate" finds both:




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Old 8th December 2011, 10:00 AM
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Re: gflashplayer & GyachE Improved v.1.2.10

Moved to EOL (End Of Life) Versions
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