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maybe i have more luck here around.
to make it short....firefox (seamonkey as well)doesnt show me content of the following site..
try for yourself...no registration necessary..
www.win2day.at>spiel auswählen>american roulette>öffentlicher tisch>
just click on a table...now the java machine should start...after 2 seconds the window disappears and a white screen is there instead..
i also use firefox...in "aboutlugins" there is my java machine recognized as my flashplayerplugin too..
also installed mplayerplugin..to no avail
so i use now vectorlinux..there it is no problenm to view the site..
otherwise i love slackware...
so maybe there is a workaround available somewhere...
I'm currently on Debian Lenny - I don't think I've had Slackware running on this laptop before and I want to make sure I have the time and energy to pick up on any "gotchas" that Dell might have for me
Can you run us through the steps you took to install? Which file did you symlink to the plugin folder?
Distribution: pclos2015, Slack14.1 DebWheezy, +50+ other Linux OS, for test only.
1) How about providing a link to the site :
" www.win2day.at>spiel auswählen>american roulette>öffentlicher tisch> "
This line gives no result, also not with http:// written
into the text.
EDIT..this is it http://www.win2day.at/gaming/index.html
'Opera browser' , might work.
I find the best way to install Flash is to install to /usr/lib/firefox as that is a symlink to whichever your current version is. If you install to the current version's folders you have to move the plugins when you update. Installing to the symlinked folder means that the plugins follow the installs.