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9,0,115,0 debugger broke(?) Mac OSX - Macromedia Flash Player

Ever since 12/20/2007 when apple added the Flash player to the auto update I can't debug. I've reinstalled Flex Builder, i've reverted the Flash player, reinstalled Flash player... nothing works. It is clear that the player is not starting up the debugger, it's not just that Flex Builder cannot connect to it. Any ideas on how to fix this? And where are the settings for the debugger now? they used to be in mm.cfg, but that doesn't exist....

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    Default 9,0,115,0 debugger broke(?) Mac OSX

    Ever since 12/20/2007 when apple added the Flash player to the auto update I
    can't debug. I've reinstalled Flex Builder, i've reverted the Flash player,
    reinstalled Flash player... nothing works. It is clear that the player is not
    starting up the debugger, it's not just that Flex Builder cannot connect to it.


    Any ideas on how to fix this? And where are the settings for the debugger
    now? they used to be in mm.cfg, but that doesn't exist.

    pauldecoursey Guest

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    Default Re: 9,0,115,0 debugger broke(?) Mac OSX

    [q]Originally posted by: pauldecoursey
    Ever since 12/20/2007 when apple added the Flash player to the auto update I
    can't debug. I've reinstalled Flex Builder, i've reverted the Flash player,
    reinstalled Flash player... nothing works. It is clear that the player is not
    starting up the debugger, it's not just that Flex Builder cannot connect to it.


    Any ideas on how to fix this? And where are the settings for the debugger
    now? they used to be in mm.cfg, but that doesn't exist.[/q]

    Hi pauldecoursey,

    To resolve this please uninstall Flash Player and download the debugger
    version from here:

    http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/downloads.html

    ? Download the Macintosh Flash Player 9 Plugin content debugger (Intel-based
    Macs) (DMG, 5.35 MB)
    ? Download the Macintosh Flash Player 9 Plugin content debugger (PowerPC-based
    Macs) (DMG, 2.41 MB)

    For more info please see:

    http://weblogs.macromedia.com/jd/archives/2007/12/apple_update_mo.cfm

    Darren Guest

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    Default Re: 9,0,115,0 debugger broke(?) Mac OSX

    Darren, I am having the same problem with 9.0.115.0

    I used the flash player uninstaller to un-install flash, then I downloaded
    debug version of FP9. During the install I get an "Access denied" error with 2
    items left to install, and I'm forced to quit the install, but when I open FF
    and safari, FP seems to work as the Release Version.

    Any Ideas what may be causing this error or why the debugger isn't working for
    me?

    PGunderson Guest

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    Default Re: 9,0,115,0 debugger broke(?) Mac OSX

    [q]Originally posted by: PGunderson
    Darren, I am having the same problem with 9.0.115.0

    I used the flash player uninstaller to un-install flash, then I downloaded
    debug version of FP9. During the install I get an "Access denied" error with 2
    items left to install, and I'm forced to quit the install, but when I open FF
    and safari, FP seems to work as the Release Version.

    Any Ideas what may be causing this error or why the debugger isn't working for
    me?[/q]

    Is this the error?

    "creating file: 1008:5, -5000 Access Denied Error"





    Darren Guest

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    Default Re: 9,0,115,0 debugger broke(?) Mac OSX

    Yes, exactly that.
    PGunderson Guest

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    Default Re: 9,0,115,0 debugger broke(?) Mac OSX

    This error is usually caused by permission issues in Mac OS X.

    Uninstall Flash Player

    http://www.adobe.com/go/tn_14157

    Select Application > Utilities > Disk Utility

    Select ?Repair Disk Permission?

    Reinstall Flash Player 9 Plug-in content debugger

    Let me know if that helps

    There is another fix on the Adobe Support site if the Disk Repair fails to
    solve this issue.


    http://www.adobe.com/go/4aa64290

    Darren Guest

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    Default Re: 9,0,115,0 debugger broke(?) Mac OSX

    The problem was a permission error. While I have admin access to my machine, it
    was setup by our admin who had installed firefox. The firefox application was
    owned by that user instead of me, and was chmod 0x755.

    To fix the problem, I had to edit the permissions for the contents of the
    firefox package (/Applications/Firefox.app/Contents/MacOS) giving the admin
    group read/write permission.

    PGunderson Guest

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