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flash player/plugin

Postby tekdawg on Fri Feb 12, 2010 5:04 pm

Sorry if this is the wrong way to go about solving my issue...I've waited to long by trying everything I knew how or thought I knew how to do...now I cant get a video to play to save my little slave life...trying to watch a CTV Olympic coverage video and they needed silverlight installed....so that led me to mono and that lead me to where I am now, with not a thing working...best case here is step by step to uninstall whatever I did and reinstall what I need....I'm sorry I waited so long, so freaken frustrated that I'm likely to cause severe damage unless I'm following instructions...to whom ever will help me..may all your wishes and prayers come through forever and ever...
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Re: flash player/plugin

Postby Lits on Fri Feb 12, 2010 5:07 pm

Tell us exactly what you did. We can't really help you out with the vague information that you have given so far ;)
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Re: flash player/plugin

Postby Koninator on Fri Feb 12, 2010 5:40 pm

Linux don't have Silver Light.
But there is Open source project, ...
Try mono but if that doesn't work probably there is version problem.
All functions in latest Silver Light are not supported by Mono.
I had similar problem with mono 1.x version,
Fire Fox showed something similar to, Movie player instead of Silver Light animation.
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Re: flash player/plugin

Postby markcynt on Fri Feb 12, 2010 6:11 pm

You could always watch Olympic videos on MSNBC
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