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Re: [K12OSN] Flash Plugin



Thank you Barry.  That worked like a champ.
 
 
Steve Krause, CNE
Network Manager
Deer Park School District #414
Deer Park, WA
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>>> Barry R Cisna <brcisna eazylivin net> 11/3/08 8:02:35 AM >>>
Hi Steve,

If you did install the flashplugin from yum or manually with an rpm you
will need to copy the following directory to your "upgraded" firefox
/plugins directory. For some reason the FF upgrade usually does not pull
the installed plugins into the new FF directory as it should.

drill to /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins    ,,, copy this dir.
to,>>
        /usr/lib/firefox3.0.3/plugins   ,,, ( or the FF#.#.# dir may look
a bit different than what I have shown here).
Close all your web browsers if any are open.

Now open your FF browser.  in the address bar type in :
about:plugins
You should see SHOCKWAVE FLASH  >> Shockwave Flash & Future Splash listed.

Take Care,
Barry Cisna

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