jwgraddy at valornet.com
Sat Jan 21 02:24:30 UTC 2012
On 01/20/2012 06:50 PM, Basil Chupin wrote:
> On 21/01/12 02:10, John Graddy wrote:
>> On 01/19/2012 09:43 PM, Basil Chupin wrote:
>>> Look, I'll give you this link and see if this comes up:
>>> (from the movie Natural Born Killers - listen to it and the lyrics.)
>> The video that you sent did exactly the same as the video in my
>> original email.
>> I disabled the plugin Flash 11.1 and both play just fine.
>> I don't understand! When I disable a plugin what does it do? Remove
>> the plugin? Restore the previous version? I didn't thing youtube
>> videos would work at all without the flashplayer installed.
> Sounds like that there is a mix-up in which libflashplayer.so is being
> used by your Flashplayer.
> In Firefox, type this in the URL box (the one where you type in, eg,
> and a list of your plugins will be shown. Have a look at which
> Flashplayer version is installed and used by Firefox The latest is
> 11.1 r102. It will also be using the file libflashplayer.so. Now, go
> thru the full list of the plugins because there may be another version
> of Flashplayer still hanging around - make sure that it is or is not
> (I bet that there is v10 still hanging around - and this is also using
> *a* libflashplayer.so file). Check this out to start with.
> What has happened in the past, at least at my end, is that after
> installing Flashplayer the symlink to point to the correct, latest,
> libflashplayer.so was not altered and the latest version of Flash was
> picking up the old libflashplayer.so and....naturally Flash would not
> Check about:plugins to begin with.
when I do the "about:plugins", I get:
application/x-shockwave-flash Shockwave Flash swf
application/futuresplash FutureSplash Player spl
What is that all about?
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