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.
Lately i downloaded adobe-release-i386-1.0-1.noarch......from adobe..Following file is in Download folder.....
I get following errors when executed in terminal....
[anoop@localhost Download]$ su -c 'rpm -ivh adobe-release-i386-1.0-1.noarch.rpm' Password: rpmdb: PANIC: fatal region error detected; run recovery error: db4 error(-30974) from dbenv->open: DB_RUNRECOVERY: Fatal error, run database recovery error: cannot open Packages index using db3 - (-30974)
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.
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.
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 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)."
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 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.
I am using Debian 5.0 (Lenny) upgraded from Debian 4.0 ( Etch). Being an upgraded install seems to make quite a difference in a number of areas as I am still running several applications which are no longer available due to lack of maintenance. I am running a number of applications that would simply not be available on a clean Debian 5.0 install.
I installed Adobe Flash 10 not from the Debian repository but using dpkg -i and the Ubuntu deb package from the Adobe website. The Flash version in the Debian repository was down level from the version I wanted installed. The install ran fine and the verification of flash in Iceweasel, Iceape, Chrome and the Gnome web browser all verified as version 10 on the Adobe web site.
Subsequently I discovered that Iceweasel was being misidentified as not running Flash 10 on a web site that required Flash 10. This was not happening with any of my other browsers. I looked in Tools/AddOns/Plugins in Iceweasel and found that Flash 9 and Flash 10 were both present. Disabling the Flash 9 plugin caused Flash verification to fail as if Flash were not on my system.
I did an apt-get remove flashplugin-nonfree which appears to have removed all traces of Flash 10. Now all of my browsers verify on the Adobe site as Flash 9 and work properly on all sites that require Flash 9 or lower. Looking in /usr/lib/iceweasel/plugins I see no flash plugin library at all. A Flash plugin library was in this folder until I did the above remove operation.
I do not understand how Flash 9 can be installed and operational and not have a library appear in the Iceweasel's plugins folder. Using dpkg -l as well as Synaptic I cannot seem to find a package to remove that would remove Flash 9.
Anyone know the name of a package I can remove to uninstall Flash 9?
Anyone know in what folder I might look for the Flash 9 library?
Anyone know if a fresh install of Iceweasel supports the automatic installation of Flash when visiting a web site that requires flash? This may well be how Flash was installed originally and part of the reason why I can find no reference to it in the expected folders.
I am new to linux how can I install itunes to linux. I was advised to get rid of windows vista from my sony vaio and install fedora, however, I am new to this and I am installing itunes, adobe flash, and so on!
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 uninstalled the latest version of adobe flash cause i dont like the latest and wanted to install and older version such as 10.1 from 11 June, 2010 but i dont know where to download a version of this for Ubuntu or how to install. So if any one can provide me a link to download this version and how to install it
I spent 2 hours with Sam on IRC #Ubuntu and went through a very involved investigation of the problem. At the end, still no sound.The sound worked perfectly before the Adobe upgrade. To be clear, now have no sound period, no system sound, no playback sound, no sound online, offline, nada.I am running Ubuntu 10.04, which I don't want to update at this time. I'm running this OS on a desktop PC and have no idea what sound card I have.I recently installed a new ALSA mixer and have checked to be sure nothing is muted. I've read through a ton of posts and so far have found nothing that exactly solves this
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?