Ubuntu Multimedia :: Adobe Flash Not Working Properly?

Jan 11, 2010

I can't get the flash plug-in to work properly. I am running Ubuntu 9.10 x64, which I think might be the issue. It seems to be able to run flash games and videos etc. but it won't let me interact with it. So if I want to pause the video, I can't or if it doesn't automatically start, I can't watch it. With games, it runs, but I can't click on it at all.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Adobe Flash Player Not Working On PBS Kids Sprout?

Mar 29, 2010

I just started using Ubuntu and I have 2 grand kids that love PBS Kids Sprouts. The Adobe Flash Player will not work for me on this link. I have loaded the latest version 10 and I am using Firefox as a browser. I have the Nvida chip set on my video card.[URL]..

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Adobe Flash Package Not Working After Firefox Updates?

Jul 4, 2010

After the most recent Firefox update (3.6.6), Flash video has stopped working. I have the Flash player plugin from Adobe (adobe-flashplugin version 10) and it is not working. I have tried uninstalling it and installing the flashplugin-installer package instead, that did not, so I reinstalled the adobe-flashplugin package and still have nothing. All using synaptic package manager.

More specifically, flash videos do not show up at all: ....., anything: just a blank spot on the screen.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Adobe Flash Not Working In Full Screen (Optiplex 755)?

Jan 6, 2011

I have a Dell OptiPlex 755 DT almost 3 years old. I did install Ubuntu 10.10, no problem. Everything I working except for one small issue. When I try to show video on flash full screen, then the picture gets small and freeze, the computer still works fine, but the video freeze. The same gos for Facebook games on full screen doesn't work,, computer doesn't freeze, I can click anywhere and get back to normal.


Dos anyone knows what to do about not working Adobe Flash on Full Screen?

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Ubuntu :: Downloaded Adobe Flash Player Multiple Times But Flash Movies Still Not Working?

Dec 20, 2010

i downloaded adobe flash player multiple times but flash movies still not working what do

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Ubuntu :: Adobe Flash Player Not Working?

Feb 27, 2011

why my adobe flash player is not working in ubuntu. i have installed it many times with synaptic manager and even reinstalled it but it does not work at all.

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Ubuntu :: Adobe Flash Player 10 Does Not Seem To Be Working In Firefox

Jan 28, 2010

I have Adobe Flash player 10 installed but it does not seem to be working in firefox... what do I do?

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Debian :: Adobe Flash Or Quicktime Not Working Right?

Feb 7, 2011

you can see in the screenshot what is happening. I have a big circle with an arrow where the news vidio should be.

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Fedora :: Adobe Flash Still Not Working After Update

Aug 1, 2009

Since the last 4 update.. I Been waiting for this to be fix. I can't watch anything without have major problem. I get lest then 3 sec into any video. Then it just jump to were my load point of the video. Almost two week of waiting for this to be fix. Cuz some how my updater form the last 4 Was the reason it went down....

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Fedora :: Adobe Flash Player Not Working?

Dec 18, 2010

i have tried to install adobe flash player on fedora 14 but wjen i check if it is installed i can't watch any videos on videos.....i have rebooted but nothing happened, also i trtructions and nothing happened neither.finally i tried a command [codesu -c 'yum install nspluginwrapper alsa-plugins-pulseaudio flash-plugin][/code] but it tells me that there it is on the latest version and already installed.......

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General :: Adobe Flash Player Not Working?

Aug 17, 2010

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?

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Ubuntu :: Live CD With Adobe Flash Installed Working With Firefox

Jan 12, 2010

I need a Live CD that has Adobe Flash installed working with Firefox. I need the Live CD for my vacation so I can use it to book hotel rooms using the live cd on public Windows pcs which are probably infested with all sorts of nasty things. Using my credit card with IE on those machines is out of the question. My worry is keyloggers and other things that can copy my credit card info.

Is it possible to install Adobe Flash on a live cd or is there a workaround? Should I use a different approach? I've heard of using firefox on a usb flash disc but not in any details. I'm not bringing my own laptop. In that case I wouldn't have a problem, I guess. I have to use machines in hotel business centers or internet cafees.

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Ubuntu :: Flash Player Not Working Properly?

Dec 15, 2010

On some pages it will not load, and on others it will load but i can only see up until where it has been scrolled to when the page loads (for example if you can only see half of the player when the page loads up and you scroll down, only half of it will be there the other half will be black)

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Fedora :: Adobe Flash Player Not Working On Mozilla Firefox 3.6.3?

Oct 30, 2010

I have Fedora 13 installed on my laptop, which has got Mozilla Firefox 3.6.3 preinstalled I cannot play any videos on my brwoser, available in ......com. I tried installing the Flash Player. And pasted the "libflashplayer.so" file inside /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins directory. But still I am not able to play any video. Still gets the same message that, "You need to upgrade your Adobe Flash Player to watch this video. ".

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: 9.10 No Adobe Flash For X86_64?

Jan 6, 2010

Have installed all of the flash plugins I can find but no Adobe Flash? Can't run video clips.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Adobe Flash For AMD Architecture

Apr 25, 2010

I was just wondering if there is an alternative to Adobe Flash. I just checked the Software Center and it told me that "there is no version for your architecture". As everyone is well aware a lot of sites are Flash heavy. Anyone have a solution? I am running Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic on a Dell Dimension E521 with AMD Athlon X2 4200+.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Adobe Flash Keeps Crashing?

Mar 17, 2011

i have ubuntu 10.4, and adobe flash 10 keeps crashing. i tried installing the newer adobe flash, but was not able to find it on my operating system once it said it was installed.

i un-installed, then re-installed the stock adobe flash recommended on my ubuntu software center twice, logged off/back in, rebooted, tried everything i know, but it just keeps showing that it crashed. i can't pull up anything on videos, and it crashes quickly with other sites?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Can't Get An Update For Adobe Flash?

Jul 25, 2011

I was wondering if anyone could answer my question. For some reason I've been trying to update my flash player and every time I try and do this from the terminal it tells me that the command can't be found, even though the zip file that contains the update is executable and my PATH has been set to include the directory that said file is in. I am running ubuntu 11 .04 and here [URL]...If there is any other way that I can execute the update?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Adobe Flash Broken In Firefox 3.6.6 32-bit?

Jul 18, 2010

I've spent the better part of a day off working on this. I can't pinpoint the problem, either.I've removed *every* flash package in synaptic and installed:

File: /usr/lib/adobe-flashplugin/libflashplayer.so
Shockwave Flash 10.1 r53

I've rebooted,removed, purged, installed, reinstalled. rebooted. rebooted.I've tried flash-aid.If I remove ALL flash,..... correctly says the plugin isn't installed.If I install adobe-flahplugin, I get a black box where the video should be.The only thing that worked is installing Google Chrome...where flash worked on the first freaking run. But I'm really partial to firefox and this is kind of really POing me.What I would like to know is if Firefox 3.6.6 and Flash 10.1 r53 WORK FOR ANYONE or if I'm just wasting my time???

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: No Sound After Adobe Flash Install?

Dec 15, 2010

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

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Ubuntu Networking :: Flash Plugin Not Working Properly / Sort It?

May 10, 2010

It's been a few hours since the Adobe Flash plugin on my Firefox is behaving in a strange way: some of the clickable dialogs do not work anymore. I click on them but nothing happens.

For example: in chatroulette, the dialog that asks for the permission to use the webcam can't be clicked:

Same happens for other flash sites.
I'm using Firefox "Namoroka" v3.6.5pre and Flash 10.0r45

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Adobe Flash Is Really Slow

Sep 6, 2011

On my office PC with Intel Core i5 x4 / 8GB RAM / Intel's in-CPU video card / Opensuse 11.4 adobe flash is very slow it is impossible to watch fullscreen ..... videos even in 480p. But on my home PC everything is just fine and CPU is AMD Athlon II 645 x3 - it is much slower... video card is ATI 5770 with AMD's proprietary drivers. May be Intel's on-CPU video card is slowing down flash video playback? Or may be i need to install other video drivers?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Missing Audio On Installing Adobe Flash?

Apr 11, 2010

I just installed Adobe Flash on my Ubuntu OS, and the audio disappeared. I hit an error on installing the adobe Flash, the first attempt I have, I mistakenly downloaded and installed the version for 8.x, and hit an error on installation. After that I installed the version for 9.x and video runs, but audio is missing.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Show Adobe That - Users Want GPU Accelerated Flash ?

Jun 11, 2010

After a lot of frustration with flash on Linux (specifically Hulu), I decided to do something instead of complaining. Hardware acclerated flash is the one thing keeping Windows on my system.

Please support GPU acceleration on Linux and vote for the following bug. Mac OSX has 1000 votes. Linux has 139. Let's show Adobe that linux is just as important as OSX.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Maverick - Adobe Flash Plugin Not Installable

Oct 4, 2010

Am running Maverick RC1 and when I try to install adobe-flashplugin in synaptic I get the message " Depends:libgdk-pixbuf2.0-0(>2.21.6) but this is not installable".

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: How To Install The Latest Adobe Flash Player

Dec 10, 2010

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.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Getting An Alternative For The Flash Plugin Provided By Adobe?

Feb 17, 2011

I'm running ubuntu maverick on a 64bit system. In any browser, ..... or other flash video's fail to load (grey square appears) other apps are not clickable. also in other apps the flash plugin just plain sucks... liferea doesn't play video's for instance, not from any source (vimeo, .....,...) since last week it just started crashing my browsers, or even freeze up the whole system, until the correct browserwindow was closed... I'm using gnome and compiz on top. Is there an alternative for the flash plugin provided by adobe? are there known issues with particular gnome or compiz settings, or any other settings for that matter?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: View A Adobe Flash Crash Report?

Aug 24, 2011

im needing to view a adobe flash crash report, or preferably watch the crash happen(in the code)

Ubuntu 11.04(up to date)
flash plugin - v11,0,1,98
flash aid - adobe beta, from adobe labs
Firefox - 6.0(according to the "about firefox")

i have installed and reinstalled both the flash player and flash aid is there a way to do this and how?the player works on some sites and not others is it possible that im up to date and there not?

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Debian Multimedia :: Adobe Flash On Amd64 Squeeze?

Aug 22, 2010

I want to install Adobe's Flash, as opposed to one of the free options (they don't handle some content well). I have Googled around to try to find out how Flash is installed, but there doesn't seem to be one recognized way.

I found the following:


Is anyone using Adobe's Flash on amd64 and is happy with the install?

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: 11.4 - Installing Adobe Flash After Download

Apr 7, 2011

How to install Adobe Flash on my netbook. I recently installed openSUSE 11.4 which I am guessing is the newest one. I also am using Mozilla Firefox 4.0 Beta 12. I can't seem to install it at all. First I downloaded the YUM file and tried installing it with some weird program that came with openSUSE and it is just too difficult. I definitely do not know how to use it. Then I read I should be installing the tar.gz file and so I did. Even then people have different ways of installing it. The easiest way I have seen has been the way Adobe's website tells how to install it.

Installation instructions for tar.gz
1. Click the download link to begin installation. A dialog box will appear asking you where to save the file.
2. Save the .tar.gz file to your desktop and wait for the file to download completely.
3. Unpackage the file.
4. Copy the libflashplayer.so file to the plugins folder of your browser. Refer to your browser vendor for the location of this folder.
5. To verify the plug-in is installed in your Mozilla browser, launch Mozilla and choose Help > About Plug-ins from the browser menu.

Now my problem is that when it tells me to copy "Copy the libflashplayer.so file to the plugins folder of your browser" I cannot find the "plugins" folder in my mozilla/firefox folder. Now I'm actually wondering if it's because it a Beta version of Mozilla Firefox. I'm not very good with "coding" and "commands".

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