Flash Player Error Ubuntu 11.10
Elias Aarnio (elias-aarnio) wrote on 2013-04-02: #75 As Unity 2D has been removed from 12.10 there is a need for another workaround. PS: I do not want to advertise Opera a browser, it's just that this was the only solution that somehow worked for me. The thing that I did differently from their instructions was to change to the /etc/chromium-browser directory and issue the command sudo gedit default which allowed me to add a comment to To test whether this affects you, go to any You Tube video, right-click on it when the playback starts, then select "Settings". http://epssecurenet.com/flash-player/flash-player-6-error.html
A restart of your browser(s) is required though. This is backed up by the following links: Fixing ‘Updating player…' issue in Amazon Instant Video on Linux Problems playing protected video content | Ubuntu Linux, Flash Player 11 Fixing this Browse other questions tagged 11.10 installation flash or ask your own question. share|improve this answer answered Dec 1 '10 at 19:14 Daniel T Chen 1,884711 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote Double check which "plugin" directory is being used.
Install hal and libhal1 package for your distro. Click it, and you'll be brought to a window which tells Ubuntu what it's allowed to install for you. Im using linux mint 12 w Cinnamon desktop (which I really like w Ubuntu too) since Mint is Ubuntu code I executed your suggested command. Select "Ubuntu > 2D" on that list and login.
- This is true under default Unity and under "gnome fallback." (Desperately in need of a workaround) -- You received this bug notification because you are subscribed to the bug report.
- Maybe because I don't like to have two installed browsers but mostly because it seems such a stupid issue - It wants to upgrade but it's already upgraded...strange Like Show 0
- Go to Applications->Ubuntu Software Center.
Evertjan Garretsen (egarretsen) wrote on 2012-11-15: Re: [Bug 865672] Re: "Adobe Flash Player Settings" dialog does not respond to mouse clicks #67 I agree that Adobe Flash Player is a semi-abandod Changed from Mint Flash Player to Adobe Flash Player. If you follow the solutions mentioned above you will still end up with the 32 bit version and wrappers. saved me a lot of trouble .. :)) Works perfectly on Ubuntu 12.04.
I'll state what was happening and how I solved it. Changed in chromium-browser (Ubuntu): status: New → Confirmed Changed in firefox (Ubuntu): status: New → Confirmed Changed in midori (Ubuntu): status: New → Confirmed 2 comments hidden Loading more comments view Can a Legendary monster ignore a diviner's Portent and choose to pass the save anyway? I thought I was the only one.
please refrain from advises such as running a GUI app via ‘sudo'. Does an index have a currency? Please enter a title. Reply Abhishek Prakash says June 4, 2014 at 10:04 am you are welcome Reply French_student says May 23, 2014 at 6:25 am Hi, thanks for this, youtube for example works perfectly
If it's not in the list, something went wrong with updating the package lists. Re: Adobe Flash Player Upgrade required message on Facebook Carl E. on June 30, 2013 at 7:09 pm | Reply me Did not work on Mint 15, SAD FACE!!! Not the answer you're looking for?
share|improve this answer edited Oct 3 '12 at 14:38 Jorge Castro 24.4k91386589 answered Apr 2 '11 at 14:02 Terry 1,04689 will it install the best possible Flash Player for weblink Thanks! Though, I'm guessing that would need a full on fork of the browser. Is it OK for graduate students to draft the research proposal for their advisor’s funding application (like NIH’s or NSF’s grant application)?
Restarted Chrome and Ubuntu. Its Flash popup works fine for me in 13.04, standard Unity, for video conferencing using a commercial service which failed under 13.04 Chromium and 12.01 Chromium, even under gnome-shell. Then you should be able to find flash in either the Software Center or in the command line. navigate here Install plug-in..
Read more... Re: Adobe Flash Player Upgrade required message on Facebook pwillener Feb 22, 2012 6:24 PM (in response to Bras d'or) What is your operating system, version & edition?What is your web on August 28, 2012 at 11:09 pm | Reply ScottyB Thanks for the tip.
Open your Firefox and go to Youtube.
Go to the Firefox add-ons screen, ► Tools ► Add-ons ► Search for flash-aid then install it. Looks like Fuji's needs to update their site. Beware that using pipelight might bring some other problems every now and then as it makes use of wine. Rui Castro (rui.castro) wrote on 2013-04-10: #84 This problem also occurs in Ubuntu 13.04 beta 2 using Unity Alexander Gabriel (einalex) wrote on 2013-05-09: #85 THis problem also occurs in Ubuntu
Still no hints from Adobe people. It's partly working but very jerky visuals when in youtube, which sometimes stop while sound continues, and slow to respond to *stop*. How do I install Adobe Flash player? http://epssecurenet.com/flash-player/flash-player-test.html share|improve this answer edited Aug 9 '12 at 20:44 Mateo 6,57884264 answered Apr 13 '12 at 3:50 Paz 211 add a comment| up vote 1 down vote I had the same
Chris Coulson (chrisccoulson) on 2013-05-14 no longer affects: chromium-browser (Ubuntu) no longer affects: firefox (Ubuntu) no longer affects: chromium-browser no longer affects: firefox Roman Shipovskij (roman-shipovskij) wrote on 2013-05-17: #87 Chris, With modern technology, is it possible to permanently stay in sunlight, without going into space? on March 28, 2013 at 10:28 am | Reply Roman Sadowy Sorry, I forgot to mention that it worked fine on Linux Mint 14.1 Thanks again! I understand that the latest version of Adobe Flash Player for IE (220.127.116.11) works for both the 32/64 bits.
You can use the "Always authorize" to avoid the flash popup that is causing issues. Feb 26, 2012 11:38 AM (in response to ALee365) You do not have the same problem as this discussion, you should start your own discussion. At the prompt type: + sudo cp -r usr/* /usr Installing the plugin using RPM: o As root, enter in terminal: + # rpm -Uvh
If it isn't, I think we'll need a whole other bug report just > for adobe-flash-plugin. firefox flash share|improve this question edited Aug 9 '12 at 20:44 Jorge Castro 24.4k91386589 asked Dec 23 '11 at 7:25 Ganesh Madhukar Kamble 46112 have you tried uninstalling them For example, Youtube has certain “advertisements" that require flash player. The link is here .
If not, do the opposite: sudo rmdir /usr/lib/chromium-browser/plugins sudo ln -s /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins /usr/lib/chromium-browser/ Finally, restart Chromium so changes take effect. I'm wondering whether I should install only this or the adobe flash plugin for Firefox as well. on March 29, 2013 at 1:53 pm | Reply Anonymous Good job thanks! While you can easily play You Tube videos etc on other web browsers such as Firefox, Chrome etc, in Chromium you will see Adobe Flash player missing notice: Adobe Flash Player
The way you enable other stuff (like Flash, Java, and support for recording or playing MP3s, which is NOT open source) is to go in your Software Center, go in the