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With Firefox 3.6 from the official repository, and the flash-player-plugin from Slacky.eu installed here. It's worked fine - up until now, where websites either claim it's not installed, or show a blank box instead.
NoScript is installed on my Firefox, but given that on fully trusted pages (of which there are very few) it still happens, and nothing else blocks Flash besides AdBlock and Firefox's own settings (both checked too) I suspect the plugin.
I also tried downloading direct from Adobe, and plonking the libflashplayer.so in /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins and making a backup of the original one (The one provided from Slacky's package) but to no avail.
So it seems to be the plugin, but for inexplicable reasons.
Would anyone happen to be able to explicate this inexplicability?
Based off the output of that, it looks like everything is there. seamonkey-solibs wasn't installed, but installing it doesn't seem to have changed anything, except now almost all flash shows up as a grey box, instead of some sites claiming it isn't there.
It shows up for me, perfectly fine, oddly. Firefox can see it, Seamonkey too, though it's one might be stored elsewhere.
I've thought of trying GNash, except AFAIK it's not been worked on for some time, and is missing a fair bit of support. Could be wrong though.