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Re: [K12OSN] Adobe Flash graphics-corruption in K12LTSP for web-based program

Thanks guys. For those who missed the previous posts about this, the "missing text" problem is a known and common bug with Flash in Fedora, and should be fixed internally in the upcoming version 9. My research found this:


specifically #11:

Fedora Specific Information 
11. Most text is failing to display on Flash sites!

   The plugin has bugs where it makes bad assumptions about the font configuration.
   For this reason, it fails to find fonts on newer versions of X.org.  You can 
   workaround this problem in the short-term by using these commands as root.
       mkdir -p /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fs/
       ln -s /etc/X11/fs/config /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fs/config
   Read Red Hat Bugzilla #184028 for more information about this problem.
   Adobe should be fixing this in Flash version 9 for Linux.

and here's the subsequent link:


it now displays fine and all is well! 

---- Eric Harrison <eharrison mail mesd k12 or us> wrote: 
> Jim Kathan wrote:
> > I'm using K12LTSP; Our school is using a web-based student reading
> > program (Renaissance Learning Accelerated Reader) in Firefox. The
> > requirements are Adobe Flash (formerly Macromedia I guess?), & Adobe
> > Acrobat Reader. Everything seems fine but when we go to a certain
> > testing portion (STAR test, same website, same requirements) the
> > graphical portion seems corrupted, as if graphics are missing.
> > There's dialog boxes that I can clearly read in Windows, but in
> > Fedora, the boxes don't look right and are missing words. Additional
> > info: thin clients are using VIA video cards, 32megs of onboard ram
> > (I specified that in lts.conf), running in 1024x768 75hz (also
> > specified specific refresh rates for my monitor in lts.conf). 
> > Monitors are flatscreens (Nu brand).
> > 
> > Any help would be awesomely appreciated :)
> > 
> > P.S. I already called the company hosting the website and the tech I
> > talked to wasn't very helpful and said he didn't know much about
> > Linux/Fedora. They basically said I am on my own :(
> > 
> There was a fix for this posted recently.
> This was in my queue of things-to-do, so I broke down and just did it ;-)
> Run "yum update"  (or just "yum install ltsp_config" if you don't want
> to pull down all of the updates)  and try it again...
> -Eric
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