General :: Flash Player (APT File) Unknown Channel Lucid Partner
Nov 13, 2010
I download the flash player from the adobe's site as an APT file but while i click to install it shows me an error saying
Unknown channel 'lucid-partner'
The channel 'lucid-partner' is not known
I searched other ways of installation like download the deb file and opening it but I got that error. Photo of 2 errors [URL]
I recently installed Kubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx. It is working well, but Movie Player does not work, and Dragon Player plays videos/movies but with no audio. VLC works fine. how to either remove Movie Player and Dragon Player or make them work. I tried apt-get remove mplayer but that doesn't work. If not that, I wonder if the default media player can be changed to VLC, e.g., when you click any video it will start to play using VLC?
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'm using debian lenny. How can I install flash player? When I'm downloading it from adobe I have multiple selections YUM for Linux .tar.gz for Linux .rpm for Linux .deb for Ubuntu 8.04+ APT for Ubuntu 9.04+ Which one must be downloaded and how to install it.
I am using Lucid Lynx (10.04.1) and I use Thunderbird from the official Ubuntu-Mozilla PPAs:
I see that each release of Ubuntu has only one supported version of Thunderbird - in case of Lucid Lynx it is 3.0 series. Is it possible for me to upgrade to 3.1 on Lucid Lynx through this official channel? I don't want the other two solutions to achieve this:
1. Download the latest Thunderbird directly from Mozilla website (No. Updating it manually for the next release is a pain and I don't want to get into it)
2. Upgrade to Maverick (No. I prefer LTS releases and want to stick to Lucid)
I want to upgrade flash player (from 9 to 10) and need how-to in plain english. I have an asus eee-pc 4g/surf and several pages of notes and instructions but no matter what I do I can't seem to make it work.
jus picked up one of these cnmbook "7"netbook's for next to nothing (no manuals,charger lol) ive not used linux before but have managed to sort out the wifi etc but am not to sure how to upgrade the flash player .. the .tar downloads have a ? mark on them im trying to upgrade it due to some web pages not being able to display properly..ive always used windows due to using music making programmes but would like to find out about linux and what it can do ...and thought i could learn by using this cnmbook?
I am trying to get started out setting up the new netbook and need flash player. I have gone on adobe's website to download it but have no clue which one I need to get. I have an Asus EeePC 4g but don't know what ?version? of linux it has on it.
Or at least that's what I figured, when watching videos from ....., etc., the sound in the left channel turns into distorted high frequency noise, anyone had the same issue? Is there a fix for this? Sound in other applications works just fine.EDIT: Oh, and I'm using the proprietary flash plugin, has worked just fine on my Ubuntu Studio on the exact same computer.
I am trying to compile C source file to generate .trb file (turbo file) which will then burn on trubo sim using TP2. When I comiple the code following error is occuring. before going through belwo error I was getting error 'Unknown MCU atmega128', known MCU are: (list appread), then I change the configuration and set the MCU to supported list then following error is occuring.
I am running flash-player plug-in 10.0.32.10 inside of Firefox on a SLED 11 machine.Firefox can print to the network printer without issue from File > Print.However, I cannot get the flash-player plugin to print at all. The print dialog comes up, asks for which printer, and which pages.I click Print and it was as if I had pressed cancel.
I am a techie but a TOTAL linux novice. I am trying to get the CnM Minibook to run flash player websites, in particular Club Penguin. I have downloaded a command line program to run and I have found out some basic commands but I do not have a clue where to begin. Can anybody help? I do not know what version of Linux it is but the browser is Bon Echo.
I have barebones Debian Lenny, with bare bones Gnome Desktop. I'm using IceWeasel for a browser. I have downloaded the file install_flash_player_10_linux.tar.gz. from the Adobe website. I have unpacked (I guess) the file using the command tar -zxvpf install_flash_player_10_linux.tar.gz
Now according to the instructions at Adobe - Flash Player 10: Installation instructions It should be unpacked to a directory with an installer that can be run, but all I get is a single file called libflashplayer.so, and I haven't a clue what to do with it. .so is like a .dll file I guess. IceWeasel has a built in service that installs plugins, but this failed with flash.
I'm using Fedora 13 and have the Adobe Flash Player installed. Some websites I view tell me that I need to install the flash player to view or listen to the content?? How do I get the flash player to work?
I have linux linpus lite and I am having trouble installing flash player 10. Once it gets into my downloads I open it and get a message asking me "do you want to install the update patch?" I click ok and it then says "the patch file does not available."
I went to watch a short little clip on ..... and it said I needed flash 10 so I downloaded that and the problem is, is that when I tar the file there was only one other file in the tarball which was libflashplayer.so. Would I need to download the source for that and the slackbuild if its got one. I am having difficulty trying to download anything it says to select a mirror and go from there but how do you uncomment a mirror? I cant even update my computer. I am using slackware 13.1 64 bit.
i have recently gotten the Knoppix 6.0, and have installed it on my usb flash drive. finally i can browse the internet again on that laptop, but alas, i can't watch any videos because flash player isnt installed yet. i tried to install it by myself and followed adobe's instructions but i just dont get why it won't install. here are my questions:
1. in the adobe instructions, it is said that i need to unpackage the files. and when i unpackage it, a new directory/folder is supposed to appear. but why does it always unpackage on the desktop? no folders are created when i unpackage it.
2. it is said that i need to navigate to the newly created directory and type a command. how am i supposed to navigate to a non-existent directory, huh? and how do you even navigate to certain directory? i typed help in the terminal (i'm using LXTerminal by the way) to look for a hint but i saw nothing there. so, how do you "navigate" using the terminal?
I really need to install the flash player. I've also tried using the Install components in start > system tools > install components and selected the 'flashplugin-nonfree: Flash support for your browser' but when i clicked install, nothing happens.
I have just installed Backtrack 5 and I don't know how to install the flash player! I have tried to install the package flasplayer-nonfree, I have tried to install from source (I found on the net that he plugin directory for firefox was ~./usr/lib/iceweasel/plugins and I moved the libflashplayer.so there). I have restarted firefox both times, but nothing, it still asks me to install the flash player, what can I do!