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Old 16th May 2008
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Well I know there is no FreeBSD version of flash I used Linux Flash 7 for a while and got really annoyed with the audio syncing so I searched around for probably 2 weeks and found some one who mentioned gnash, well I installed it no more syncing problem but now sites like Fox, McDonald's(Free chicken sandwich yesterday) don't work. I'm wondering if there is another flash like program that I haven't heard of.
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There is a sticky on this topic. If you require flash9, install the wine port, then download and install windows firefox + flash9.
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