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Just making sure but Linux and Flash are not made to get along right? Anytime a flash video is up in another tap I can see bits and pieces of it on all other taps, It even goes as far as being stuck on my desktop. Are there any fixes to this I should be aware of? I have chrome/firefox and flash updated on my system. I'm using 32-bit Debian btw if that helps.
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    flash works just fine in linux 32 and 64 bit. I have not had any trouble in either Ubuntu or Fedora. Here are instructions on how to install it in Debian:

    http://wiki.debian.org/FlashPlayer

    it is possible that the issue your describing is a result of the video driver?
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  3. nhasian said:
    flash works just fine in linux 32 and 64 bit. I have not had any trouble in either Ubuntu or Fedora. Here are instructions on how to install it in Debian:

    http://wiki.debian.org/FlashPlayer

    it is possible that the issue your describing is a result of the video driver?


    Seems to have done the trick. I was using the chrome flash plugin that comes default. Good grief that needs to be fixed. Thanks!
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