#ubuntu - Wed 28 Feb 2007 between 23:30 and 23:33

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computerhermitno only when I update to the new kernel
harryWhenever I put my SD card into the reader, it pops up the "photo import" window, and I click "always perform this action" and "ignore", but it keeps popping up...
bruenigbenn92649, remove all the flash stuff from that directory
JohnKPYell0w: So once i download that do i just double-click it?
i'm a windows user
forgive me if i sound dumb
benn92649i did
bruenigbenn92649, ok copy and paste all of this at once: wget http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/current/install_flash_player_9_linux.tar.gz && tar xf install_flash_player_9_linux.tar.gz && cd install_flash_player_9_linux/ && sudo mv libflashplayer.so flashplayer.xpt /usr/local/firefox32/plugins
ubmIndyGunFreak he can Install the 32 bit wrapper (linux32) and the package conversion tool alien
sdrevis ctrl-alt-escape supposed to work in ubuntu?
bruenigbenn92649, make sure you are in home when you do that
benn92649then you said put only the new .so file in there right
ubmsudo apt-get install linux32
sudo apt-get install alien
bruenigbenn92649, remove all flash from there
yell0wJohnKP, yes, dpkg should take care of the rest
benn92649with fire fox closed?
ubmthis works http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=290785
ismail_so guys how can fix it
IndyGunFreakubm: right, i know... i just didn't know if you were aware he was using the 64bit
ubmIndyGunFreak nope not until you told me :)
jdimsanyone here using citrix ICA client in ubuntu?
bruenigbenn92649, ok close firefox and copy and paste all of this at once, should make sure you have the right plugin in there: sudo rm /usr/local/firefox32/plugins/*flash* cd && wget http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/current/install_flash_player_9_linux.tar.gz && tar xf install_flash_player_9_linux.tar.gz && cd install_flash_player_9_linux/ && sudo mv libflashplayer.so flashplayer.xpt /usr/local/firefox32/plugins
greenmanHas anyone else had this problem? Could it just be a driver issue? It recognises the wireless card.
IndyGunFreakubm: lol.. thats how it appeared
ubmto many issues with 64bit
bruenigbenn92649, don't do that
IndyGunFreakubm: i totally agree.. i'll be with 32bit for the forseeable future, even though my hardware will support a 64bit distro
bruenigbenn92649, forgot something: sudo rm /usr/local/firefox32/plugins/*flash* && cd && wget http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/current/install_flash_player_9_linux.tar.gz && tar xf install_flash_player_9_linux.tar.gz && cd install_flash_player_9_linux/ && sudo mv libflashplayer.so flashplayer.xpt /usr/local/firefox32/plugins
ubmi have an acer AMD Turion64 and I still use i386
benn92649ok i cleared out folder with firefox closed then went to usr/local/firefox32/plugins and put the .so file back
bruenigbenn92649, copy and paste all of that
IndyGunFreakubm: the disadvantages/problems with 64bit distros, far outweigh the benefits if you ask me
benn92649do i cut and paste that someplace
bruenigbenn92649, put all of that into the terminal at once
greenmanHello. has anyone had any problems with wireless when they first go to install ubuntu? It won't find my network and when when I manually configure it says there is an error...
AviatrixieA question for the room... does xdvdshrink work as well as dvdshrink? I've never used it, but I'm trying to get my kids away from Window$.
greenmani'm trying to install ubuntu and it won't work. I know the wireless works because he used it in windows.
h1voltageJordan_U: so any ideas as to what went wrong in the "latter version".. i have a laptop that is a centrino and a desktop that is AMD64 with an ATI video card. I have crawled all over the forums and found a ton of posts on it, but nothing as worked for me on either system
ubmIndyGunFreak yeah no crap i had a hell of a time with FC6 x86_x64

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