flash on 64bit F9 with 32bit clients not working

Luis Montes monteslu at cox.net
Wed Oct 22 18:54:44 UTC 2008

Warren Togami wrote:
> Luis Montes wrote:
>> Tried two more cobminations:
>> Flash 10 without libflashsupport
>> And Flash 9 with libflashsupport
>> Still nothing. When I go to youtube, it's telling me that I have 
>> javascript turned off or an old version of flash player.
>> Youtube I can deal without, but the kids need flash for some of their 
>> testing software.
>> Luis
> http://macromedia.mplug.org/
> BTW, be sure to use all suggestions on this page if you are using 
> Flash 10.
> You are likely missing nsplugnwrapper.i386.  It should work after you 
> install it.
Thanks, Warren.

That was it. Both archs of nspluginwrapper are installed now and Flash 
10 is working.


> Be warned however about the extreme bandwidth problem of running Flash 
> videos (like Youtube) over the network.  320x240x30fps video can use 
> like 70mbps bandwidth.  That does not scale at all and can cause 
> problems unfortunately.
> This is one of the key reasons why people wanted local apps, although 
> you need more powerful clients with lots of RAM to do local apps.  I 
> suspect 1GB is the point where a client becomes safe to use with local 
> apps.  512MB is sketchy.
> Warren
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