[CentOS] Firefox seg faults
rkampen at kampensonline.com
Thu Mar 19 16:45:47 UTC 2009
A. Kirillov wrote:
>>>> Hi, I have two very similar AMD based work stations running fully
>>>> current CentOS x86_64.
>>>> Both have 4Gb of RAM, both have
>>>> [rkampen at media ~]$ sudo rpm -qa |grep flash
>>>> [rkampen at media ~]$ sudo rpm -qa |grep fire
>>> Try flash-plugin-184.108.40.206.
>>> I couldn't make flash-plugin-10.0.22.87 work on my 64-bit box.
>>> # rpm -qa firefox flash-plugin
>> two questions
>> 1. where do I find
> Good question. It doesn't seem to be in the adobe repos any more.
> Try http://www.szivarvanynet.hu/download/linux/
> The rpm there matches my local copy.
> # md5sum /var/lib/yum/repo/x86_64/
> fe8a084b6c9e83740e1e3353f19d04e1 /var/lib/yum/repo/x86_64/flash-plugin-220.127.116.11-release.i386.rpm
Well that download and install works great! - thanks.
Leaves me wondering why I can get the adobe supplied flash plugin
working on one machine but not the other - not the kind of stuff to
inspire confidence in ....... adobe ..... firefox ...... CentOS .....???
>> 2. how come you are running 64 bit firefox and 32 bit plugin???
> Install nspluginwrapper for both archs and run
> # mozilla-plugin-config --help
Not for me at this time, I deliberately run the 32 bit version of
firefox as my reading online indicates all other options are less than
perfect - YMMV.
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