OpenSUSE Network :: Flash In Mozilla - Cannot Find The File That The Plugin Folder Is In

May 20, 2011

I am trying ti instal adobe flash but I cannot find the file that the plugin folder is in. I am running open suse 11.4. Mozilla firefox beta 12. =

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SUSE / Novell :: Flash Plugin For Mozilla Plugin Doesn't Work

Nov 26, 2009

I am using openSUSE 11.0. This OS installation gives firefox 3.0.5 Beta. I had installed new version of firefox at /usr/local/bin/firefox. I had placed link of this firefox at /usr/bin using this command ->


linux-snvz:/usr/bin # ln -s /usr/local/bin/firefox/firefox firefox My older firefox contains the flush plugin. So i can easily played ..... video's in my browser. But now my new browser saying that it doesn't have flash plugin. I was tried to install flash plugin once again.


Even after installation also my browser is again without flash plugin.

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Fedora Installation :: How To Install Flash Plugin For Mozilla On 10

Oct 5, 2009

How do i install the flash plugin for Mozilla on Fedora 10. (would this be the same for Fedora 11? or any other version?

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Fedora :: Installing Flash Plugin For Mozilla Firefox

Dec 22, 2009

I have Fedora 12 installed:
Firefox version :
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux x86_64; en-US; rv: Gecko/20091216 Fedora/3.5.6-1.fc12 Firefox/3.5.6

I have installed the flash-plugin using yum. Restarted firefox but still not able to play ..... videos.

[root@saurav tonan]# yum install flash-plugin
Loaded plugins: download only, presto, refresh-packagekit
Setting up Install Process
Package flash-plugin- already installed and latest version
Nothing to do

But I am not able to see it in the plugins list, when I goto Tool >> add-ons >> plugins. I tried about login in the browser address bar, got the list, but its a lot of details, which one would tell me that the adobe flash player is installed. Later I downloaded the tar file and unzipped it and manually placed the .so file in the plugin folder as mentioned in the forums, but no luck.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Flash Player Plugin For Mozilla 10.04 AMD64 ?

Sep 13, 2010

Some inquiries regarding my Flash Player Plugin.

Setup: Ubuntu 10.04 (Fresh Clean Install) AMD64 Desktop - Using Firefox 3.6.9 with Flash Player Plugin

Problem: I can watch videos but cannot interface with the plugin. I.E. I cannot change volume, fullscreen, progress bar adjust, etc.

After researching for many How To's and install scripts I finally came across one that worked for my particular setup:

I got the script from the following link:

This installed successfully and I can watch videos but cannot interface with the plugin. I.E. I cannot change volume, fullscreen, progress bar adjust, etc.

I read that changes are in progress to update the 64 bit Flash Plugin for Mozilla, could this be a bug people have reported?

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OpenSUSE Network :: Installing Flash Plugin In Firefox In Open SUSE 11.1

Jan 24, 2010

I've installed openSUSE 11.1 in my desktop with default firefox as web browser. Whenever surfing graphical sites Its says flash need to be installed and in the Adobe site which package I've to download? (Yat or tar.gz or rpm, etc.. etc..) and how I can install it.

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Fedora Installation :: Flash Plugin Installation Doesn't Work - F11 - Mozilla 3.5

Oct 7, 2009

I have already downloaded and installed the latest version of Adobe Flashplayer...


But flash still doesn't work - there is no flash plugin in Firefox plugin list also.

I've tried to close-open Firefox, log out-log in, reboot - nothing.

OS Fedora 11 x64. I don't know, what am I doing wrong?

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Fedora Installation :: Installation Flash Plugin For Mozilla

Sep 20, 2009

I 've just installed it, now i would like to install the flash plugin for mozilla. so i did download the flashplayer after i open the command shell and type:

I had some error and the plugin still not there


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Apr 17, 2010

Where is /etc/network/interfaces located?Or where can i find the interfaces?

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Software :: Cannot Uninstall Flash-plugin From Yast - Deleted Flash-Plugin Directory

Aug 15, 2010

In my frustration to get adobe flash working in firefox I deleted the /usr/lib/flash-plugin folder. Now when I try to uninstall "Flash-Plugin" from YAST it fails as it can't find the sub-folder. I also cannot install the latest version of flash player as it says that it is already installed - So I am stuck in a loop.

I am running SUSE 11.2.

Is there a config file of installed programs that I can modify to remove the "Flash-Plugin" entry, or is there another way to get over this problem.

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Fedora Installation :: Find X64 Flash Plugin In Various Browsers?

Oct 16, 2010

How do I find the plugins folders of the various browsers and insert flash in the browsers plugins folder,root wont allow it.

Also the browsers are google,opera,seamonkey, and others if applicable.

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Ubuntu Installation :: Software Centre Doesn't Work - Error "sudo Apt-get Install Vlc Vlc-plugin-pulse Mozilla-plugin-vlc"

Jan 31, 2011

I have just installed the newest version of ubuntu (10.10 the maverick meerkat) and im struggling installing any programs, wine and vlc arnt appearing on synaptic package manager and anything i try to do in either the command promt or ubuntu software centre doesnt work either. On the command promt when i follow the commands as seen on various tutourials the command promt comes back with an error. VLC example given below.


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OpenSUSE :: Copy The Flash 11 Beta File Into The Lib64/browser-plugins Folder But Get 'Access Denied

Jul 31, 2011

I am new to opensuse 11.4. I am trying to copy the flash 11 beta file ( into the lib64/browser-plugins folder but i get 'Access Denied. Could not write to (destination).

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Package-Kit-gstreamer-plugin Requires An Additional Plugin To Decode File

Jul 21, 2010

I just updated my distribution to 11.3 from 11.2. But now this problem occurs when I try to play an mp3. There was no problem before with 11.2.

It also says

The following plugin is required : MPEG-4 AAC decoder

Only certain mp3s have this problem. All gstreamer packages have been installed. What package is missing anyway?

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OpenSUSE :: Updates Mozilla-xulrunner191-kde4 Which Needs Kdebase4-runtime >= 4.3.1 But That One Can't Find?

Feb 24, 2010

might be an error on my part so I rather post it here 1st Firefox 3.5.7-1.1.1 from the updates for opensuse 11.2 repo also updates mozilla-xulrunner191-kde4 which needs kdebase4-runtime >= 4.3.1 but that one I can't find ?did I make a mistake somewhere or more people having this ?

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Slackware :: No Firefox Flash Plugin File Directory?

May 8, 2011

Installed Slackware 13.37 over the weekend. Good so far. Problem with Firefox though as it does not have a plugins directory where we can move into like in previous versions. Where do we put it to file Firefox (and Seamonkey) to play flash.

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Ubuntu :: Installing Adobe Flash Plugin - RPM Package File

Aug 17, 2010

I am a 'newbie' to ubuntu (with 45+ years as a 'computer nerd'). I am trying to follow the instructions for installing the Flash plug-in so I can view some of the action on webpages. I get on terminal and the prompt is mike@mike-laptop. The instructions say to key in "# rpm -Uvh <rpm_package_file>". I have tried as many variations of this command as I can think of with no response. I am assuming that my interpretation of <rpm_package_file> is incorrect.

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General :: Vlc Plugin For Mozilla In Redhat?

Apr 16, 2010

In my RHEl 5.5 Client i have installed vlc-1.0.5,but i am not able to install mozilla-vlc in the same to see web application from server using mozilla firefox.

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OpenSUSE :: Flash Plugin Connectivity?

Aug 25, 2010

I have had problems with the Firefox flash plugin being fully connected to certain web sites:Draft Client Test Connection - - Free Fantasy FootballYahoo! Sports Fantasy FootballDraft Compatibility Test - Free Fantasy Football - ESPNI use a wired/wireless router which when bypassed solves the problem. I was able to use the router successfully in Fedora 13 by adding a DNS address to the eth0 device with the Network Manager IPV4 settings.[SOLVED] Flash and Fantasy sports - FedoraForum.orgI'm not sure how to accomplish this with openSUSE 11.3

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Ubuntu Installation :: Flash Plugin File Is Not Available In The Repo - Download Failed

Feb 15, 2010

I'm having problems with the Flash plugin since yesterday. It is caused by a file which is not available in the repo:


download failed The Flash plugin is NOT installed. In that archive the file adobe-flashplugin_10.0.42.34.orig.tar.gz is missing, but there is a file for I couldn't figure out how I can install this version (does not even show up when I select all software sources including backports).

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OpenSUSE :: Is It Safe To Put Old .mozilla And .mozilla-thunderbird Folders From Xandros 4.2

Oct 21, 2010

Is it safe to put my old .mozilla and .mozilla-thunderbird folders from xandros 4.2 into OSS 11.3? I have apps, emails, and settings that I would like to keep. This might seem like an over precautious question, but I've broken Xandros more than once. I would hate to do it to OSS.

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Ubuntu :: Gnash Mozilla Plugin Installed But Not Available?

Oct 18, 2010

I was interested in trying out Gnash as an alternative to Adobe flash Player so I installed it using synaptic and also ticked the Gnash Mozilla Plugin.Well the plugin is not installed in Firefox? Not there under Tools -Add ons or listed under about: plugins? I tried editing Firefox preferences to use gnash instead of Flash but cant locate the program.Nothing on the internet as far as basic intructions?A system search does finds:/usr/share/app/install/icons/gnash.xpm/usr/share/app/install/desktop/gnash.desktop

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Software :: Mozilla Firefox 3.6 64 Bit - All Plugin Are Not Supported

Jan 22, 2010

I'm curious to known if will be available or not. On the system at 64 bit i have installed the 3.6 (beta,etc.) directly from the mozilla binary. Now my system at 32 bit will be automatically update at the final release 3.6. What could happen on my system at 64 bit? Must i use the 3.7 beta since is available at 64 bit? (But in this manner i can't use some plugin because don't all plugin are supported in this version)

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: 11.04 With KDE - No Flash Plugin In Konqueror

Jul 2, 2011

I have open suse 11.04 with KDE installed but cannot play flashes with Konqueror. With Firefox I cannot problem. What can I do ?

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OpenSUSE :: Flash Plugin Differences Compared To Kubuntu?

Aug 8, 2010

I've noticed since switching from Kubuntu 10.04 to openSUSE 11.3 on my laptop that the Adobe Flash plugin seems much more prone to crash and fullscreen video playback (e.g. Hulu) performs terribly. I can't figure out what's different between the distros. In both cases, I'm using a 64-bit OS, Firefox and KDE, and the proprietary NVIDIA driver. Anyone know what might be happening, or more importantly, how to improve Flash stability and performance on 64-bit openSUSE?

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OpenSUSE :: 11.4 - Flash Plugin Not Installed Into FF 4 Beta Properly

Mar 11, 2011

After installing 11.4/LXDE which comes with FF 4 Beta, The openSUSE Flash Plugin package was automatically installed, but doesn't seem to be installed into FF properly. When FF > Addons is opened, no Flash plugin is listed. If you then attempt to install install Flash from Adobe, Adobe doesn't seem to recognize FF 4 as a supported browser.

On top of that, if you visit the nVidia site to explore OEM display drivers, their site is Flash driven and won't permit driver searching, must less browsing and possible downloading. This was important to me to try to obtain the OEM nVidia Configuration Manager which vastly enhances display management, particularly on the somewhat lean LXDE desktop.

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OpenSUSE :: Hulu Desktop Could Not Locate The Flash Plugin?

Apr 30, 2011

Hulu Desktop could not locate the Flash plugin.

If you already have it installed, modify ~/.huludesktop with the correct location of

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Jul 27, 2011

mozilla-plugin-vlc install tries removing openoffice Running Lenny 5.03.


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OpenSUSE :: Total Firefox 3.6.3 / Disabled With Shockwave Flash Plugin?

May 23, 2010

ever since i updated to firefox 3.6.3 on my opensuse 11.0, it has been crashing instantly on loading videos and gmail.

i have done all of the obvious things. run in safe mode, uninstalled and reinstalled including deleting the entire profile, reinstalling the flash player and adobe reader plugins, disabling all extensions (in fact, i have no extensions installed at all now) - nothing works!

i have put a request in to the mozilla forums, but nobody has an answer.

i am able to get firefox to load the videos page only when in safe mode and with the shockwave flash plugin disabled. it still crashes instantly on gmail.

when i go into the yast installer to look for older firefox versions that i might downgrade to, the versions list is in such tiny type that it is unreadable. every other font is fine except that one versions list! it's driving me mad that the one thing i need to see in order to get a working firefox is invisible to me due to some obscure bug.

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: IPlayer Fullscreen (flash Plugin) Opens Under Firefox Not On Top

Mar 17, 2010

Sometimes in BBC iPlayer - Bigscreen the fullscreen video does not open on top, and then none of the lirc remote control commands (irxevent) function, not even Escape (nor Alt-TAB, which would bring the fullscreen on top if I used the keyboard - but sitting in the TV couch I would prefer using the remote only).

This often happens on my SuSE 10.2 partition, especially when wanting to resume a video, but never happens on my Kubuntu 9.10 partition. Both are 32-bit using KDE 4.3.5 Firefox 3.5.8 and Adobe Flash 10,0,45,2.

How can I get the fullscreen on top??

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