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Old 11-29-2009, 05:50 PM   #1
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Installing 32bit flash on x64 system, need help!


I know there is already a beta flash version from adobe. However, I would like to install the 32bit version and use nspluginwrapper. It works so well on suse. I also want sun java installed which I can do if I figure out how to install flash.

First of all I installed the 32bit flash. The I did:

The command I used was: mozilla-plugin-config -i

It lists many other installed plugins, but not flash. Has anybody done this? I went to the nsplugginwrapper web site and followed there tips, but it doesn't seem to work.

Any help is appreciated.


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Hi, check out this thread, It may be of assistance....

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