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Old 5th April 2006, 06:50 AM
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Fedora 5 - amsn not working, flash not working, java not working =*> try this

Hello to everyone.

I have installed Fedora 5 in my Fujitsu Amilo m7440. The instalation worked finque se cobran e. The system has already hanged up 4 times in 3 days, I dont know why, but lets give it time.

The main problem was I could not use amsn (msn clon) and flash plugin, and I finally found out what the problem was or exactly what I had to change to have it working.

Administration->Security Level and Firewall-> then under Selinux-> Compatibility and then you have to change de value to true of "Allow the use of shared libraries with Text Recolation"

Hope this can help someone, cause I ve spent some time and some headaches.
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