[support-gang] [IAEP] Google Art Project

Samuel Greenfeld greenfeld at laptop.org
Thu Feb 3 21:34:52 EST 2011

This may not always be guaranteed to be true, but I've noticed that the 
"older Flash plugin" removed by Adobe's Flash RPM is Gnash, with the 
uninstall done via a rather crude method (move the Netscape-style plugin 
library & repackage).

The yum/rpm uninstall probably cleans a bit more, and perhaps should be 
run first to avoid the conflicting uninstall routines.

On 2/3/2011 6:56 PM, James Cameron wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 03, 2011 at 01:56:37PM -0500, Nicholas Doiron wrote:
>> If you haven't uninstalled Gnash, which can interfere with Flash, it's
>> described in the same article on the wiki, and on the last step of
>> http://wiki.laptop.org/go/User:Ndoiron/MediaGuide
> I've followed this on 11.2.0 and it works in Firefox and in Browse.
> It didn't work in Firefox until Gnash was removed.
> In Browse, the white flash box appears asking you to click it to get it
> started.  I'm not sure why Browse does that.
> Caryl, make sure you click.

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