Debian :: Install Adobe Shockwave Player Without The Use Of Wine Or Virtualbox?
Jul 15, 2011
When I try to play this game Red Line Rumble 3 on [URL].gamelanding/redlinerumble3.jsp I get missing plugins. I checked if the plugin is installed on Google Chrome by typing about:plugins it says Shockwave flash but no Shockwave player. I have tried looking for the Shockwave player plugin from Debian packages and the official website but I cannot install it from the official website of the Shockwave player because it is only available for Windows and Mac. [URL]... Is there anyway I can install Adobe Shockwave Player on Linux without the use of Wine or Virtualbox?
every here and there i enter a page where a box pops up:Additional plugins are required to display all the media on this page . After a number of steps I am at a page by Adobe, and I download what seems to be a generic package (Ubuntu will of course be there).But its instalation has never proved helpful. Still the same pop-up. Are there binaries for Slack or a way to get the sources?
I have shockwave flash installed properly under Centos 5.5 running in virtualbox 3.2.12. I had no problems when I was using flash under 5.4 but for some reason can not access any videos or audio. I have confirmed that it is installed. I even tried renistalling it. It does show up as an add-on in Firefox too.
I would like to install Adobe Flash Player 10 as Swfdec annoys me.I have searched a lot on Google, but not really understand how what I should do. Some will help?I am running with Debian 5.0 and kernel 2.6.26-1-686. I use Iceweasel as "default" browser.
How do I get Adobe Flash Player installed in Debian 6.0.0 (Squeeze?) I went to a couple of sites and tried typing into terminal what they suggested but to no avail. One of the commands had the sideways wavy line in it, but I do not have that key on my Toshiba L-455 Satellite laptop. Could anyone please asist me in getting Adobe Flash Player or the plug in installed.
I just installed Adobe Flash Player 10 and it says it's installed, when I go to firefox and Epiphany it still has flash player 9, Ive quited the browsers and everything Ive uninstalled/reinstalled still no luck.
I am a complete beginner but I have installed Freespire on a PC of mine. Everything works okay: BBC iPlayer, You Tube, Internet Radio except Deezer which, it seems, requires the installation of Adobe Flash Player 10. I've followed the recommendations of countless articles in the Internet without success and my head is now spinning. For example there seem to be three input screens for instructions: Shell, Linux Console and Root Shell. I don't even know which one I should be using. Frequently my failed efforts result in a message saying unknown file and directory. When I download Adobe tar.gz I can't see where it's going. I tried extracting to the Desktop and that produces a file ending in .so. But what ever I do nothing works.
I'm trying to get Shockwave (actual Shockwave, not Flash) working in Firefox 3.6 series on (L)Ubuntu 10.04. (And for that matter I'll also want Authorware. Yes, I need these things.)
The Windows version of Firefox does play Shockwave, but it's ugly as sin, I'd rather not be depending on wine for the web browser, and worst I can't get Java installed in wine - I really want one browser with Flash, Shockwave, Authorware, and Java support (see this thread for the background).I've heard Crossover can do it, but have yet to try this.
how I can get Shockwave working in the Linux version of Firefox? Changing distros is an option, if anyone has success stories from a different distro.
i am a proud newbie user of debian linux. the desktop i use is xfce. i have iceweasel as the web browser. it cannot access flash content like videos videos and some others because the adobe flash plugin is not installed. i've done the following without success. i downloaded flash_player_10_linux.tar from adobe's site, unpacked it to get libflashplayer.so. but under /usr/lib/iceweasel, there is no plugins folder to put it in. there is, however, a broken link called plugins. then i created a plugins folder under home/myaccount/.mozilla and pasted the libflashplayer.so file over there. i restarted iceweasel, but it cannot still detect flash content.
then i ran apt-get install of jre and downloaded all java packages. however, while installation it gave an error saying, "cannot overwrite iceweasel/plugins". this came most probably because as mentioned earlier there is no plugins folder under iceweasel to begin with. on running the about : plugins command, i get "no plugins installed". i then deleted the plugins folder from .mozilla and directly pasted the libflashplayer.so file under usr/lib/iceweasel (since it contained many other .so files). how to enable iceweasel to enable the adobe flashplayer plugin.
They have broken something in their download site and it is no longer possible to get the latest flash player in a .deb package by direct download. The FTP site is years out of date. And there is no way to get through the "help' system to contact the people running the web site.
So does some third party offer the latest flash player in a .deb package for download?
i am running ubuntu 10.04 i installed ubuntu restricted extras, and i went on videos. although i can view the video, i can't click on pause, the volume controls, or seek through the video, or put it into fullscreen mode. i went into the software center and searched "adobe flash player", and it came up with adobe flash plugin 10. it doesn't have an "install" button on it, so i double-clicked it, and it said " sorry, 'adobe flash plugin 10' is not available for this type of computer (amd64)."
I am running F13 64 bit . I tried to install Adobe Flash Player, which downloads a adobe down loader, this didn't work the first time and when I try to re-download the package installer in Gnome says its already installed. I am stuck as to what to do next I can use terminal etc, I not a complete noob, fairly noob but not totally. I just need a poke in the right direction.
I am on Linux Mint, and I can't figure out how to install Adobe Flash Player. When I tried typing the following, sudo apt-get Install flashplayerplugin-nonfree..It says that everything was installed, but when I go to ..... and other video sites, the flash player won't work.
recently updated to the 11.04 version and am not able to view ..... videos etc as it says i need to install the version of adobe and whenever i go to the adobe website and try to install through ubuntu software centre it says Wrong architecture 'i386'.
i recently installed (wubi) ubuntu 10.10 on to a new hdd - i had trouble with my microsoft wireless keyboard & mouse - which ended in me replacing them.ubuntu is running ok but i can't install adobe flash player from the videos prompt? i get a message: package "adobe-flashplugin" is virtual - i just don't know what this is. how do i download/install adobe flash player and what version do i choose? i am a complete novice when it comes to command lines?
I am trying to install Adobe Flash Player on my operating system, my vendor is Red Hat. Then, when I click the Dump File of where I archived the adobe flash player, it states "No Packages were given for installation".So Now it does not want to run itself on the kernel, but I also noticed that there is a "Adobe v10 Bug" right next to where the rpm package was archived. Is there something I might have overlooked?
i've just installed ubuntu and loving it so far. i've just tried to access videos and have been prompted to install adobe flash player - which i am finding impossible, do i download the apt or .deb file, i've tried both and i just dont understand how it works.
I'm new to the world of linux, about 3 days old. I decided to go with Fedora for my first try. I have it installed and now trying to install flash player bot adobe, and gnash but with now success. How do I get this done, I already have it downloaded on my pc but don't know any commands to run this thing.
I wanna install adobe flash player with yum but it fails to download, I think there may be something wrong with the repositories. Totally, could you give me a step by step instruction for installing the flash player.. i have already tried downloading it from adobe web site for linux and rpm (yum) but i couldn't install it. i also had NOKEY letter in the result
It should be easy, but Adobe's page for Linux downloads has a choice of about five different downloads. I tried one and it gave me some files I don't know what to do with. I do already have Flash on my computer, which I got from the Ubuntu software centre, and it works for most things but some things tell me I need a newer version.
I haven't used my XP partition for two years, but recently found that I could not program my phone using VirtualBox or Wine. So I tried booting to XP but it just comes up with a flashing cursor. update-grub2 and it sees the part, but same problem.
For some reason I'm suspicious of the Winduhs boot files, but I've run fixboot and the boot repair utility in Winduhs. Do I have to reinstall Winduhs?
In my F12 box,whenever I open ..... in firefox, it says either Java is disable OR install latest version of Adobe flash player. I checked in firefox prefrences menu and and there I see already Java / java-script checkbox in checked for enable and along with it I have the latest flash player installed as per the manual install suggested by the missing plugin notifier.
my error when trying to run a VB (Virtualbox). Error as copied from error box. install the virtualbox-ose-modules package for your kernel and execute 'modprobe vboxdrv' as root. VBox status code: -1908 (VERR_VM_DRIVER_NOT_INSTALLED).
I get this when trying to launch a VB after making one with wizzard.
maybe my questions sounds funny: i'm looking for a very small (or better as small as necessary) distro which runs in a virtual box an starts wine.The reason is: we have new laptops in my school runnig windows7 64bit home and we have some software which runs only on WinXP. So why not take a virtualbox wich runs wine to start the old Software?