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Re: [gNewSense-users] flash player

From: schoappied
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] flash player
Date: Thu, 26 Mar 2009 22:25:33 +0100
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Luis A. Guzman Garcia wrote:
El jue, 26-03-2009 a las 21:17 +0100, schoappied escribió:
Niklas Cholmkvist wrote:
On Thu, Mar 26, 2009 at 8:44 PM, schoappied <address@hidden <mailto:address@hidden>> wrote:

    schoappied wrote:

        Graziano Sorbaioli wrote:

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            schoappied ha scritto:

                Just installed gnewsense, looks good!

                But what about flash? Wasn't gnash an Free solution
                for it?
                Can't find it in gnewsense :/ !?

            You can install gnash 0.8.2 via Add/Remove programs but it
            will not play
            well because it is an old version.
        Why can't I find it in the terminal using aptitude?

            Instead I suggest you to install the newer version gnash
            The easiest way to do this is to download the deb packages:


        Thanks. Wouldn't it be better to include that version in
        gnewsense? Such an old version could make people walk away
        after trying gnewsense imo.

    Is gnewsense btw compatible with Ubuntu  Hardy?

gNewSense is Ubuntu LTS based (Hardy).

    gNewSense-users mailing list
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It's based on Ubuntu Hardy. That's why I removed Intrepid Ibex, and reinstalled good ol' Hardy. I also went to Hardy so I could follow the packaging guides (in Intrepid Ibex they didn't work, the video tutorials were shows things that only work in Hardy "out of the box")
mmh gnash doesn't seems to work on

For YouTube you can use the Totem Movie Player and its YouTube Plugin

The latest release of gnash 0.8.5 plays very well YouTube, but
compilations is needed :-/

Not even Jaunty (9.04) has gnash 0.8.5
And installing from Debian experimental?

And what  about ?


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