On Tuesday 11 August 2009 14:46:36 Rex Dieter wrote:
Thomas Janssen wrote:
> 2009/8/11 Eli Wapniarski <eli(a)orbsky.homelinux.org>:
>> On Monday 10 August 2009 20:12:01 Eli Wapniarski wrote:
>> Probably slightly OT, but regarding F11 does anyone know what happened to
libflashsupport. It seems to be missing from the repo.
> It's obsoleted since the flash-plugin works directly with PA (Flash 10).
From the Website.
"The libflashsupport package is no longer needed with Flash 10 and has been removed
from Fedora 10. The Flash plugin now calls the appropriate ALSA functions directly, and in
the default configuration ALSA delivers sound to PulseAudio"
Hmmm... Funny.... not my experience regarding sound. I did not get any sound at all. Mind
you.... I do not have pulse audio installed becuase it made other problems for me.
This problem occurred with the 32 bit version channeled through nsplugin-wrapper and with
the 64 bit pre release.
I have sound now, since I manually compiled libflashsupport and placed the library in the
appropriate plase /usr/lib64. However, the video and sound are out of sync.
Another thing to note.... I am currently using the current x86_64 pre release it isn't
100% stable, but it is I would say about 90%. So, nspluginwrapper is no longer installed
on my system as well :)
The info was useful. But still, without libflashsupport.so I had no sound at all.
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