[K12OSN] CentOS5 64bit & Flash 9

Peter Scheie peter at scheie.homedns.org
Thu Jan 24 00:46:54 UTC 2008

I'm facing the same dilemma: I've got a client installation to do this weekend 
and I'm vacillating between versions 6 and 5-EL.  Support for version 6 from the 
Fedora project has run out; OTOH, I've not been able to get Flash 9 sound 
working on version 5-EL.  Sound isn't listed as a requirement, but I wouldn't be 
surprised if that changes.  The site is temporary, lasting only a year, so I'm 
leaning toward version 6 because I know it works.


ahodson at elp.rr.com wrote:
> Hi friends
> Two schools I support now have CentOS 5 (64bit) and the only way I've been able to work sound via through the Thin Clients (NICE Symbio units) is by running Flash 7. Now, several of the sites the district is promoting apparently only run if Flash 9 is installed. I kind of remember some information on audio codecs not being updated, but don't know for sure.
> My question is directed at those gurus and users that are perhaps facing the same dilemma: the thin clients deliver sound or web based Flash 9 streams - What needs to be done to activate both?
> Thanks for the help
> Alan Hodson
> El Paso ISD, TX
> http://tinyurl.com/3e4sh8
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