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There are two kinds of Flash plugins on Linux: NPAPI and PPAPI. Since you copied NPAPI version to place Chrome expects a PPAPI one, it fails to load it. More important facts are: Google removed support for NPAPI in Chrome; Google also removed DRM support in PPAPI Flash; Chromium is also affected by this. The only options you have left are: try ...


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Google has taken over maintenance of the Flash player on Linux and the Google Chrome browser is the only browser that can use this version (even the fully open sourced Chromium browser does not, though I suppose it may be possible to add it as a plugin). Other browsers can still use the Flash player plugin supplied by Adobe. I've read many times that Adobe ...


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According to ArchWiki, you can run this to disable crash dump journaling: # ln -s /dev/null /etc/sysctl.d/50-coredump.conf # sysctl kernel.core_pattern=core



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