I am attempting to use the Adobe Flash Plugin 10.2 for Linux
Embedded ARM systems supplied by your group on a demonstration/evaluation
basis. This Flash plugin is being run on an ARM A8 processor, with a Debian
Linux OS. I installed this plugin to be used by the Mozilla Firefox browser.
The Flash Player plugin is in the 'plugins' directory of the Mozilla Firefox
browser and is recognized by the browser as a valid plugin in the 'pluginreg.dat' file. The other two video
libraries are in the '/lib' directory, where they should be from what I could
tell performing 'ldconfig -v'. I attempted to load a webpage with a simple Flash file loaded. When the
page loads, I get the outline of the Flash object, but no Flash animation. I
could use help understanding why this is the case. I tested the page on a
desktop Mozilla Firefox browser with success and feel that the page working
should be transparent from desktop to embedded.
Can you provide a link to this web page that is not showing properly ?
What versions of Firefox and GTK are being used on Desktop and the embedded version ?
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In reply to Prabindh Sundareson:
Unfortunately, I can't provide a link to the webpage, though I could send you the webpage and Flash file used directly, if you'd like.
As for the browser, I am using Mozilla 2.0/Firefox 4.0. I'm not sure off the top about GTK, though let me take a look.
Hope that helps. Have a great day.
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