The multimedia platform from Adobe, whether used in a web browser or standalone.

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FlashPlayer on OpenBSD?

What are my choices in 2011? Or it's better to download the flash videos? (but there aren't any solutions to download every type of videos, only youtube..). Or are there any "linux-emulations" for ...
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Live Linux CD/DVD with Bittorrent client, Java, Flash, VLC?

I'm looking for a live CD distribution that offers me fully featured environment for using Internet and OpenOffice (or some other office app compatible with M$ Word). I thought about installing a ...
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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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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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Flash plugin installation error

Somehow I found a repository for fedora core 3 flash plug-in. When I tried to install the flash plug-in I have encountered this error. I can't figure it out what does it mean, or how to solve this ...
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how can I install flash plugin in Fedora core 3 machine?

Latest flash rpm and tarball has forsaken my machine with fedora core 3 OS. There are two browsers currently installed in the System. Firefox 2.0.x and Opera 10.11. Those two browsers do not display ...
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Adobe Flash App based Linux Distro

What would be the best way to create a small Linux image that just runs a single Flash SWF on startup (full screen)? Are there distros catered to something like this, or is my best bet manually ...
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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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Flash using wrong audio output with Pulseaudio

I'm using Arch Linux x86_64 with Gnome and PulseAudio. I have USB speakers, which work for the sounds in system menus and most other applications. But whenever I play Flash videos, they output their ...
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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 ...
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How can I make Flash fullscreen on an external display?

The question is: I have a laptop, and I extend my desktop on external display, so I get a wide desktop (3200px). When I make the videos on flash fullscreen, don't know why, but the fullscreen appears ...
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How to install Flash player plugin on Fedora?

Anyone have a recommended way to get and install Flash effectively on Fedora?
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Prevent libflashplayer.so from deleting a file?

I'm trying the preview release of Flash Player "Square" for Linux and noticed that video files are now being deleted from the /tmp/ folder. Yet the files are still in use (I can see them with lsof): ...
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Sometimes no sound in flash videos after boot?

Sometimes after I boot up the machine, I get no sound in flash videos. First I didn't know why it was happening, but as I read a few articles here and there, I found out it was because of my USB ...