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1answer
159 views

Flash Player on Linux

I'm going to switch to Linux with my new computer. I've read something weird about Firefox not supporting Flash on Linux (Chrome seems to support it, but I wouldn't want to switch if possible). The ...
2
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1answer
68 views

How can I prevent systemd from freezing my system when Flash dies?

Since a recent update, when I quit a web page containing a Flash animation in Firefox, the plugin-container process becomes a zombie, and then the systemd-journald process (also maybe something like ...
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1answer
148 views

Recent Installed Pipelight for Mint 16 — Two version of Flash Issue

I recently installed Pipelight in Linux Mint 16 Cinnamon and now I have two version of Flash. I only have Firefox 28 and no other browser. I followed the instruction from the FDS-Team ...
2
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1answer
55 views

Disabling xscreensaver when firefox is playing HTM5 video

I find some questions talking about disabling xscreensaver with flash but no one about HTML5. Then, how to disable xscreensaver when firefox is playing an HTML5 vidieo and, if possible, only for some ...
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2answers
919 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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0answers
87 views

Debian 7.2 xfce flash is not working. it gives a white box

i have just installed debian. i then installed flashplugin-nonfree. iceweasel and firefox give a white box in place of the video. so i installed hal for some reason. still no change. here is a video ...
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3answers
3k views

Portable Firefox Linux

I've installed latest firefox linux-x86_64 from ftp.mozilla.com on a usb device and created a new profile file with the -P command. Unfortunately, the application does not recognize the flash plugin ...
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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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1answer
845 views

How to view Flash and other videos on Linux systems?

I'm running Fedora 17 and Firefox 12. When I navigate to some sites I'm unable to view videos because I'm missing some plugin. When I click 'installl missing plugin' I'm still not able to view the ...
2
votes
1answer
988 views

Installing flash player for firefox

I would like to install flash player for Firefox on Linux. I downloaded the .tar.gz, and there are some compiled shared libraries. I am not sure how to make them work, and I am looking for a hint. ...
2
votes
4answers
3k views

Where does Firefox 10 look for plugins?

I installed Firefox 10 into ~/firefox. I've downloaded Adobe Flash Player into ~/flashplayer. In the past, I could symlink libflashplayer.so into ~/firefox/plugins. But now, when I look, there is no ...
3
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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 ...
1
vote
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 ...
2
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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 ...