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I recently built a pc for my grand-daughter who's just started school and installed Lububtu for her to play about with and because I want her to learn to use a Linux PC before anything else, the PC works well, however I am having trouble getting her favorite web site working because the flash plugin crashes everytime i try to log in,the site I'm trying to load is a childrens educational site called "up to ten" I've tried it with Chromium, Firefox and Opera and the results are the same each time, I've checked the plugin they are using and it seems it's using the same plugin for each browser
This is the same flash version I'm using on another pc running Mint/Cinnamon and that's working perfectly, any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated as unless I get this to work the pc will be useless for her
Hi Frank and John thanks for your help, John I haven't had a chance to try your suggestion I've been working long hours but i will as soon as possible and post back, frank this is a 32 bit operating system, just one question is it possible this could be caused by my graphics card or driver because I suspect something about it isn't quite right ?