Flash 9 install (rpm) on openSUSE 10.2: HOW-TO January 18, 2007Posted by NAyK in Flash 9, How-To, Internet, Linux, OpenSUSE, Screenshots, Software, Working with Linux.
It was surprisingly quite simple to install the newly-released Flash 9 on openSUSE 10.2. Here’s how I did it.
HOW-TO install Flash 9 on openSUSE 10.2
1. I downloaded the .rpm from www.adobe.com
2. Then afterr ignoring the instructions given in the Adobe site I <right clicked> and chose <install from YAST>.
3. I waited. (till YAST did its job)
4. I tested (using metacafe.com, a flash based video site)
5. And it worked! Result screenshot below.
NOTES: Earlier I was using the Flash 9 beta. And so I think this program Flash 9 just replaced itelf over the earlier version. A neat thing for it to do.
Of course that “settings” security feature of Flash is really irritating. After you load Flash, you have to once again go to the settings site (if you have a local flash object) and reconfigure. *shaking head* Hmmm.