Repos I've found consistent with CentOS are EPEL and rpmfusion. I only use rpmforge as src.rpm location for oddball stuff I rebuild. Adobe has a repo for flash that works well.
Flash is a heavy resource hog in a TC environment. Look at doing network bandwidth throttling to youtube to enforce practical limits.
CentOS 6.3 32-bit
SL 6.1 client root
Wanted to get opinions on the latest flash-plugin crashing quite
frequently. I am usually one to go with the thought of "if it isn't
broke leave it alone".
I decided to pull down the latest,greatest flash-plugin , from rpmforge
,,,about two weeks ago.
Now quite often when students view Youtubes mainly( My thought is
students should not have Youtube access,anyway) in a matter of time the
viewing window shows 'flash-plugin has crashed".
Only way to get going is a TC reboot.
I am going to go back to the initial version of flash-plugin I plopped
on these servers at the offset.
Also my thought is i should stick with the real epel release versioning
stuff versus rpmforge builds of rpms.
Has anyone else been experiencing these crashes is what I would like to
know,just out of curiosity.
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