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1answer
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Chromium doesn't display Flash in Debian Wheezy

Since Google phased out the NPAPI, it cannot use flashplugin-nonfree. I understand it needs to use pepperflashplugin-nonfree, but it's not available in the repos. Is it because of my ...
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1answer
135 views

Unable to play protected (DRM) content on Chrome (Linux Mint 17)

I upgraded to Linux Mint 17 a couple weeks ago. Prior to that, I was running on LM 16 and had an issue playing protected content on Google Chrome. I fixed that issue after installing hal and disabling ...
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2answers
907 views

How do I watch protected flash videos (such as on nbcolympics.com) using Linux?

For people from the US with certain cable TV subscriptions, NBC offers footage of the 2014 winter Olympics from a website, nbcolympics.com. However, I find I am unable to view any of the video ...
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2answers
1k views

Install debug flash player in Chrome?

I am trying to adapt the instructions from here, here, and here to install the debug version of the flash player on my Ubuntu 13.04 installation such that Chrome 30.0.1599.66 can use it. ...
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1answer
2k views

Change Google Chrome Flash Plugin

I just installed Google Chrome, on Linux Mint 14 64-bit, and the Flash plugin's sound doesn't work. I navigated to chrome://flash and received the following info: Google Chrome 25.0.1364.160 () OS ...
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1answer
3k views

How to get the latest Flash in non-Chrome browsers?

Adobe have recently stopped updating their Flash distribution for Linux. So, version numbers are being frozen at 11.2(.212), and only security updates are being back-ported. I noticed here that ...
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0answers
103 views

Flash videos turn to gray box with light gradients on edges

As explained in the title .. it started happenning since installation of new openSUSE and it looks quite bizarre, see below for a shot from blip.tv. It happens usually after few minutes of watching ...
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2answers
769 views

Deny flash plugin access to (a particular) webcam

I recently bought an external webcam to play around with OpenCV. It works great out of the box in Debian, but I realized that when I browse any site that contain flash content (youtube, soundcloud), ...
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5answers
3k views

How do I “fix” Flash?

I’m brand new to linux and, coming from Windows, I sometimes find it quite daunting. I managed to install openSUSE and after much trial and error I discovered how to install some software, and ...
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1answer
677 views

Slackware, installing Flash and Chrome

I'm having trouble installing flash and chrome. When I download the sources, there are no installers for the packages. All I get is a few folders and .so files. Is there anything out there which shows ...
2
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1answer
344 views

Packaging Google Chrome and Flash into a Linux Distro? [closed]

I've been working on a Linux distro based on Arch, and I want to include Google Chrome and Adobe's Flash Plugin. Can I get in trouble with Google or Adobe if I pre-install both of those pieces of ...
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1answer
564 views

How to access flash site that is rejecting my plugin (64-bit)?

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 ...
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2answers
505 views

How to enable flash on Chromium

How do you get Adobe's flash video to play on Chromium? Is it this painful, or is there somewhere an extension? NOTE: On Debian, I install flashplugin-nonfree for Mozilla-based browsers. Is there an ...
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2answers
622 views

Flash running in Chromium and FF at once, why no sound in the second browser?

I work as a student assistant Linux admin and I just packaged up Adobe's "Square" plugin to get 64bit FF running flash pretty well (first time I've seen it work this well), but there's one little ...