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    Mozilla and Macromedia Flash
    Submitted by Baloo_Ursidae on Wednesday, August 15, 2001 – 10:44
    I’ve been quiet about this a bit too long here, and I’m not thinking I’m alone on this: Debian Mozilla 0.9.1 broke the NS4 Flash plugin, and apparently java as well in the browser. I know I shouldn’t be complaining because it’s in sid, but considering the godawful slow release cycle and things break without any sign of repair (whereas other packages generally have next-day turnarounds on noticable bugs) makes me wonder just when it was I switched to Internet Explorer for Debian Linux…

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    Subject: Re: Mozilla and Macromedia Flash
    Author: Anonymous
    Date: Friday, 2001/08/17 – 11:25
    In my plugin-dir (about:plugins) there is only the default plugin-handler listed. It doesn’t care about any other file i put there…

    it’s not working proberly….
    Any idea’s ??

    yours sebastian

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