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Old 14th May 2008
troberts troberts is offline
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Default I need help fixing Linux compatibility problems.

So I could watch YouTube on my FreeBSD 7 box I followed these directions to enable Linux compatibility and these directions to get Flash working. If I am logged into the 'root' or 'administrator' accounts, both are in the 'wheel' group, I can watch Flash videos, but I am not able to watch Flash videos while logged into my account. When I try watch the video I get the "Hello, you either have JavaScript turned off or an old version of Adobe's Flash Player" message. If I type "about: plugins" in the address bar I get a list of the plugins I have installed and all of them are enabled.

What do I need to do to get Flash working in the accounts that are not part of the wheel group? Is it as simple as changing permissions?
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