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Flash is slow (removed flash nonfree, installed adobe flash)

Postby Fred Hampton on Sun Dec 28, 2008 11:24 pm

I've searched the issue and read posts from people who've gotten flash fixed that way, by removing flash nonfree and installing adobe flash, but I've still the same problem. Flash is veeeerry slow, and this is for my cousin's computer who's a new Linux migrant.. need this working :X Any ideas?
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Re: Flash is slow (removed flash nonfree, installed adobe flash)

Postby tawan on Mon Dec 29, 2008 3:54 am

The opposite is true. Using Package Manager uninstall Adobe Flash and use the latest Flash Free 10.0.15.3 then restart firefox.
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Re: Flash is slow (removed flash nonfree, installed adobe flash)

Postby knuckles on Mon Dec 29, 2008 4:45 am

i had too a problem flash problem, for me it where crashes in the flash-video's, i solve the problem in uninstall completely the flash (packages, configurations, make sure the in the folder where the plugin will be stored, that flash is deleted there to), reboot

after install the adobe flash package, and now everything works, FOR THE MOMENT.

Flash is for the moment really my (surly not only my) number 1 problem on linux. It is the only program that I know that works more stable under Windows :( :(
Sorry for my BAD English!!
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Re: Flash is slow (removed flash nonfree, installed adobe flash)

Postby haruspexed on Mon Dec 29, 2008 12:27 pm

phonicboom wrote:The opposite is true. Using Package Manager uninstall Adobe Flash and use the latest Flash Free 10.0.15.3 then restart firefox.


lol at me the complete opposite solved all flash problems, uninstall flash free and install adobe-flash ^^

linux sometimes really is weired...
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