[Cialug] Reloaded Debian
tomsellers2001 at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 28 12:55:58 CST 2009
If I don't install anything after the reload and browse to the www.kcci.com site I get a box with "Click here to download plugin" in the middle. You are correct that I can browse the rest of the page without any seeming problems. It is just missing something that I would normally see when using a Windows browser to visit this site.
Is this what you mean?
--- On Wed, 1/28/09, Matthew Nuzum <matthew.nuzum at canonical.com> wrote:
> From: Matthew Nuzum <matthew.nuzum at canonical.com>
> Subject: Re: [Cialug] Reloaded Debian
> To: "Central Iowa Linux Users Group" <cialug at cialug.org>
> Date: Wednesday, January 28, 2009, 12:19 PM
> You don't need flash to view that page, it's just a
> little spinning
> progress bar. I have flash block firefox plugin installed.
> I heartily
> recommend it.
> On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 11:14 AM, Tom Sellers
> <tomsellers2001 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > I reloaded my laptop with Debian 4 to get back to the
> stable version. Now I am having trouble getting either
> Ephiphany or Iceweasel to run the Adobe Flash applets on
> several web pages. In particular the www.kcci.com website
> has a Flash box right in the middle of their web page. I
> loaded the flash plugin for mozilla after the reload and it
> just puts a box there with a icon going round and round the
> center which says "loading" forever.
> > Did I choose the wrong plugin? How do you determine
> what is the appropriate plugin?
> > When I loaded the flash plugin originally I did not
> use the Synaptic package manager. I thought that might have
> been what was causing my problems after the update last
> time. I wanted to stick with the proper update method this
> time around.
> > Any suggestions?
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