I am trying to buy tickets on stubhub.com but the site is telling that I need to install the flash plugin. I already have a 64-bit flash plugin (Adobe) installed on my Fedora 14 64-bit system. youtube and all other flash content I have tried has worked fine. Just stubhub.com is a problem. I have tried both Firefox 4 and Chrome 9 with no success, however the page loaded fine on Chrome in Windows 7. So I am not sure if it is my plugin or browser, or both that is to blame. I was thinking about trying a 32bit plugin but I am not sure if that would work.
There was a thread at linuxquestions.org, but no solutions: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/slackware-14/flash-player-problem-sometimes-857110/
Is there anyway that I can diagnose and bypass the plugin check on stubhub.com?
I am sorry if this isn't a very clear question, but I never thought Linux would come between me and a pair of Yankees tickets.
UPDATE Using both a wrapped 32-bit flash plugin and leigh123linux's 64-bit Fedora RPM plugin worked fine.