Linux  webserver

Posted on 2004-09-07
Last Modified: 2010-04-20
Can we use linux  webserver run flash to the internet
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dufduf earned 100 total points
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garak1357 earned 200 total points
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Yes. You don't even need to make any special configuration changes to your webserver.  Just put the file in the directory and link to it.  It will automaticly play in the user's browser.  There is one consideration however.  Some flash programs take a while to load.  You may want to have the webpage display some kind of a "Loading, please wait..." screen while the flash is coming up.  If you link just to the flash program, the user may not think it's working correctly since it is taking so long to come up.

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