klarsen1 at gmail.com
Mon Jul 26 17:47:35 UTC 2010
On 07/26/2010 09:34 AM, Basil Chupin wrote:
> On 26/07/10 22:50, Karl Larsen wrote:
>> On 07/26/2010 01:15 AM, chris wrote:
>>> Using Ubuntu 10.4 32bit, on a pent 3, one gig ram. Everything
>>> running well except with fire fox v 3.6.7, adobe flash is crashing
>>> Have googled extensively, and found many references to 64 bit, but
>>> not 32.
>>> Any ideas suggestions thoughts greatly appreciated
>>> Cheers the kiwi
>> I found on my 10.04 that each update of Firefox borks the flash
>> drivers :-(
>> Last week ANOTHER Firefox update, and it stopped displaying movies
>> of all types on version 3.6.7 so I went back to:
>> and found the one to use and removed the old non-working flash drivers
>> and then loaded new drivers. It worked and after a reboot it now works
>> great again :-)
>> Firefox is a complete loss unless you have that URL. Too bad since it
>> works ok for the non movie stuff.
> Karl, I simply do not know if you actually have Ubuntu 10.04, Lucid,
> installed as you claim or if you are simply imagining that you have
> Ubuntu 10.04, Lucid, installed; or perhaps you are imagining that you
> have Firefox installed - perhaps you have some other browser installed
> but haven't yet realised that this is so?
> My Firefox - and my wife's - was upgraded to 3.6.7 and I - we - didn't
> have this nonsensical problem which you mention above. The upgrade was
> done, and everything worked perfectly after the upgrade.
> You aren't using some gas-powered, or ethanol-powered for that matter,
> version of Firefox, or even Ubuntu, by any chance?
Your full of it BC. I reported twice to this list what it takes
to get Firefox working. You and your wifes 3.6.7 have NEVER tried to
display a movie from a web page. If you do not care, DO NOTHING!
Karl F. Larsen, AKA K5DI
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