/home/<USER>/.adobe/Flash_Player/AssetCache/<RANDOM LETTERS AND NUMERALS>
OnlyHuman wrote:are you trying to run Google Earth from a menu shortcut, or from the terminal? Sometimes running from terminal will dump a relevant error that could give you more to go on.
/usr/bin/googleearth: 14: /usr/lib/googleearth/googleearth-bin: not found
/usr/bin/google-earth: 43: ./googleearth-bin: not found
OnlyHuman wrote:2) I think this is the new nautilus default behavior. You can change it though. From terminal type gconf-editor to bring up the gnome settings manager / configuration editor. Then navigate to apps/nautilus. There should be a sub-category labeled preferences and one of the options should be always_use_location_entry. Put a checkmark in the box right next to it, and you're done.
OnlyHuman wrote:3) I think this is going to depend on a couple of factors. Which flash player are you using (gnash, adobe, etc)? And, have you removed any previously created flash cookies? If not, they can royally screw up your day, in more ways than one.
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