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The latest, Adobe-supported version of Flash for Linux is version 11.2. This was initially released several years ago and some websites now require a newer version. The latest version of Flash for Linux (version 14.0 as of mid 2014) is maintained by Google and comes standard with Google Chrome (not Chromium). In many cases where Flash doesn't work with ...


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You answered your own question, pepperflashplugin-nonfree is the way to go. In your case, you need to enable the wheezy-backports repository, adding the following line to your sources.list: deb http://http.debian.net/debian wheezy-backports main contrib non-free Then, update the list of available packages with apt-get update, and finally install it with ...


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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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