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

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Watch YouTube videos in terminal

Like the title says it, I'm looking for a way to watch YouTube videos in terminal (not in a browser or another window, but right there, in any bash session). Is there a simple way to do this? I ...
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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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Flash plugin up to date but Firefox keeps telling me that I have the old version

According to my browser (Firefox 34.0) the installed version of the Shockwave Flash plugin appears to be 11.2.202.424. This version is considered to be insecure: ...
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How do I install Adobe Flash on Debian Wheezy?

I have tried following http://wiki.debian.org/FlashPlayer but on the very first command: sudo aptitude install flashplugin-nonfree I get: oshirowanen@debian:~$ sudo aptitude install ...
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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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How to turn off xscreensaver automatically while watching Flash video?

Can I configure Flash to automatically disable xscreensaver while it's playing video? Or, conversely, configure xscreensaver not to trigger while Flash is playing video? I've seen this question on ...
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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 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 ...
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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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How can I detect what is making my linux freeze?

I've been running arch linux for quite a few months and it has been the best distribution i've used. However, sometimes, it just decides to freeze. I may be using the computer, the bottom bar shows ...
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Life with empty about:plugins (so without flash)

I use Firefox as it is stated in the $subject. Nevertheless there are still too many contents (I'm talking about mostly videos) on the web that needs flash. This is what I use for it: ...
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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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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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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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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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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 ...
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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 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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Merge multiple flv files?

What tool in Linux can I use to merge multiple flv files ? Files are already in order, just put them altogether seamlessly
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How are Flash Videos played?

I was tweaking around with a script for playing Youtube playlists in mplayer. My question is: How does linux play flash videos? My current research yields (By reading scripts written by others): ...
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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. ...
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Flash fullscreen on secondary (bigger) screen doesn't work

I have a dual monitor setup, with a small (laptop) and a bigger screen. Whenever I watch a video on some streaming website, and click fullscreen, the video takes the resolution of the smaller screen ...
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how to force flash player to use XV output for video streams?

When watching a video on YouTube it is so slow. When I download the same video locally and watch with the default video player it plays smoothly. I'm 99% sure that it's video output API related ...
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Installing Flash Player for Safari in Ubuntu

I have installed Safari browser in Ubuntu 10.10 using Wine tricks. Now I wish to run a website which has Flash content. I am trying to install Adobe Flash but it is not working even though Flash is ...
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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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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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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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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 ...
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Install Flash player without root privileges in Iceweasel (Firefox)

I need to install Flash player in Icewesel (Firefox), but I don't want to install it globally. I only want to use it in one of my several firefox profiles. This is similar to installing addons as a ...
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How to view adobeconnect video offline?

I want to watch some lectures created with adobeconnect. I have the lectures downloaded to my Ubuntu 12.04 machine. Each one consists of a stream that includes a video window of the professor ...
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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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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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How to fix flash fullscreen from appearing on the side of the screen

My situation is similar to the one described in How can I make flash fullscreen on an external display. I also have a laptop extended with a larger screen. Aside from KDE wildly resetting the screens ...
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Adobe Air version > 2.6 port

I just want to know if anybody is aware of a port of Adobe Air Runtime > 2.6. Adobe officially discontinued support of air technology for Linux desktop after releasing 2.6 and I got some .air app ...
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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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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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Does flashplugin still use mms.cfg?

I was poking around the flashplugin of Adobe for Linux trying to get the Hardware Acceleration working (which my current configuration supports). Then I found several forums/blogs that recommend I ...
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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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Flash Debugger on Slackware 64

Given a fresh install of Slackware64, how can I install the 32-bit Flash Plugin content debugger in Firefox and Chrome? Reading through this question, I've got pretty close, but I'm stuck with with ...
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Flash plugin of debian vulnerable?

I run Debian wheezy with Iceweasel as browser and have installed the Flash plugin similar to this description. Today I read that not only Flash on Windows and Mac also Adobe Flash Player 11.2.202.350 ...
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Debian Wheezy youtube video missing on page

have just installed Debian Wheezy XFCE. Installed Flash via this tutorial So I restarted IceWeasel, and I don't get the warning to install Flash now. But when on a YouTube video page, everything but ...
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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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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 ...
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How to add Flash support on a PowerPC debian

I have a PowerBook G4 running Debian. I followed the instructions from the debian wiki but for installation, it just said Install flashplugin-nonfree (from section contrib). I was not sure ...
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How good is gnash as a replacement for flash? [closed]

Fedora suggests the Gnash plugin as a replacement for the Flash plugin and I am seriously considering it. My question is: how good is the Gnash plugin as a replacement for the Flash plugin? In my ...
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How to fix speckled flash videos in Linux Mint 14?

I have recently installed Linux Mint 14 and youtube and other flash based videos are displaying lots of yellow and red specks. It doesn't matter which browser is being used either. I've tried ...
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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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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 ...
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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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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 ...