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    How to run Cisco CCNA exploration in Ubuntu

    Hi.

    I can't run th cisco ccna exploration course on Ubuntu.

    I've downloaded the documentation locally and after the opening page (present in the image attachment )e can't enter in any chapter.


    The problem persists in different browsers (firefox, chrome, epiphany)

    It seems to be a flash issue.

    Any ideas?

    Tnx.
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    Re: How to run Cisco CCNA exploration in Ubuntu

    file:///media/win/CISCO_CCNA/Exploration3_English/theme/cheetah.html?cid=1300000000&l1=en&l2=none&chapter= 2

    I start it in this fashion... points to chapter 2 in expl 3.

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    Re: How to run Cisco CCNA exploration in Ubuntu

    Cisco documentation requires Flash player to properly work. If you have it installed - correctly - it should work! Also try using Firefox instead of Chrome when reading the documentation.

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    Re: How to run Cisco CCNA exploration in Ubuntu

    Thank you for the replies.


    I've already found the issue.


    You have to access the global settings of flash player (right click on the flash image in the exploration index file)

    Clink on the "Global Security Settings panel" link

    Click on add location

    Add the complete path to your local site.

    You can see a partial screenshot of the "Global Security Settings panel" in the attachment.
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    Re: How to run Cisco CCNA exploration in Ubuntu

    thank you very much

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    Re: How to run Cisco CCNA exploration in Ubuntu

    Thank you!

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    Re: How to run Cisco CCNA exploration in Ubuntu

    Sorry, but I never see like this... How to do this??
    I use Chrome browser and version of my flash player is 10.2.154.8....

    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by A_M_S View Post
    Thank you for the replies.


    I've already found the issue.


    You have to access the global settings of flash player (right click on the flash image in the exploration index file)

    Clink on the "Global Security Settings panel" link

    Click on add location

    Add the complete path to your local site.

    You can see a partial screenshot of the "Global Security Settings panel" in the attachment.

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    Re: How to run Cisco CCNA exploration in Ubuntu

    thanks A_M_S

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    Re: How to run Cisco CCNA exploration in Ubuntu

    Quote Originally Posted by A_M_S View Post
    Thank you for the replies.


    I've already found the issue.


    You have to access the global settings of flash player (right click on the flash image in the exploration index file)

    Clink on the "Global Security Settings panel" link

    Click on add location

    Add the complete path to your local site.

    You can see a partial screenshot of the "Global Security Settings panel" in the attachment.
    worked for me

    thanks mate

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    Re: How to run Cisco CCNA exploration in Ubuntu

    Hi, I have Ubuntu 11.10 installed and I have exactly the same issue, the only problem is that I cant see any Global Security Settings panel when I right right click on the exploration index file, I have installed Flash player from Ubuntu software center, any ideas on what could be the problem???

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