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Sep
8
comment Problem loading php56 instead of php5 under MacPorts
Just to let you know that I have solved the problem. The reason phpinfo() showed the old MAMP configuration is because (for some unknown reason) the 'old' Apache2 server was running in the background, which is probably why I could not manually start the Apache2 server by executing sudo /opt/local/apache2/bin/apachectl start at the command prompt. This issue was resolved by stopping the Apache2 server of the 'old' MAMP configuration, then loading the Apache2 server via the Mac port command.
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asked Problem loading php56 instead of php5 under MacPorts
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Jun
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revised Flash player unable to proceed with the installation
Advised that problem description is a known issue to members of Adobe.
Jun
15
revised Flash player unable to proceed with the installation
Elaborated on workaround.
Jun
15
revised Flash player unable to proceed with the installation
Described work around to problem.
Jun
15
comment Flash player unable to proceed with the installation
P.S. I am still experiencing the same problem when upgrading to version 14 of Flash Player (even through System Preferences). Seems to be a problem with the installer, and not my system configuration since, to resolve this problem, I uninstall Flash Player (like before) and successfully installed Flash Player version 14 OS X which I found and downloaded from the same web site.
Jun
15
comment Flash player unable to proceed with the installation
Did a bit more searching on the Adobe forums and found a link to a previous version of Adobe Flash Player version 13.0.0.223. Although not the latest version, I have successfully installed it. The problem I experienced sounds almost identical to this installation problem.
Jun
15
accepted Mac OS X Mavericks fails with disk corruption error
Jun
15
comment Flash player unable to proceed with the installation
Unfortunately, uninstalling and reinstalling Flash Player according to the instructions provided by Adobe's help web site has not solved the problem. While I was able to successfully uninstall Flash Player, I now have no way to re-install it.... :(
Jun
15
comment Flash player unable to proceed with the installation
P.S. Going to try uninstalling and reinstalling Flash Player. Will let you know how I go....
Jun
15
comment Flash player unable to proceed with the installation
Hi Buscar. Thanks for your support. Unfortunately, updating Adobe Flash Player via the System Preferences makes no difference - it still opens the default browser (which is now Safari) to download the 'latest' install (i.e. dmg) file. Executing this results in the same behaviour - default browser still seems to be pointing to an older version of Adobe Flash Player....
Jun
15
comment Flash player unable to proceed with the installation
@Buscar웃 - Google was my default browser. I have now changed it to Safari.
Jun
14
asked Flash player unable to proceed with the installation