Flash version problem

lexoyo
2007-09-14
2012-05-15
  • lexoyo

    lexoyo - 2007-09-14

    Hi!

    I'm a new user to Silex and I'm trying to set it up on my
    site. I've read the forums and the online documentation
    but I cant find a solution there. Therefore my message to
    you.

    I've uploaded the Silex-server to my online webserver
    using plain ftp to a new directory. When I go to the
    directory a page tells me that I have an old version of
    Flash and I need to upgrade. When I upgrade to the newest
    Flashplayer, the problem still remains.

    Do you know why this is?

    Regards,
    Hafkan

     
    • lexoyo

      lexoyo - 2007-12-04

      oops i'm sorry i did not reply,

      i was not monitoring this forum...

      and now a new verions of SILEX is available, so...

      did you try another flash website to see if it is SILEX or the Flash plug-in which is involved?

      sorry again for the reaction delay (2 months!!! :-()

       
    • lexoyo

      lexoyo - 2007-09-14

      hi Hafkan,
      did you restart your computer? and what is your OS and browser please?
      bye,
      lexa.

       
    • Hafkan

      Hafkan - 2007-09-15

      The problem remains after a reboot.

      Clientside:
      OS WinXP and browser IE 6.0 SP2

      Serverside:
      OS Debian Linux
      Webserver Apache 1.3.31 with security patches from 1.3.33
      Support for PHP 5
      MySQL

      /Hafkan

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      I've got the same problem with Flash version. Tried with both IE6 and FF2 on WinXP.

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      There was alot of comments in index.php. Not sure if Silex writes to index.php when uploaded, but for some reason the file linebreaks was changed when it got to the server. When I cleaned the commented code/text out I got it running, but the interface was terribly screwed up. Same problem in IE6 and FF2.

       
    • Nobody/Anonymous

      Perhaps you could show a screenshot of how it is supposed to look like when first installed!?

       


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