No Sound in Firefox + Flash 10 + Linux Mint
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 19, 2009
I'm not sure why, but I thought this OS was fine out of the box. Turns out my flash 10 sound doesn't work. I'm new to Linux, and not sure if the kernel version matters, but I don't know how to get the kernel version. I have tried some commands with Root Terminal, don't know the commands off the top of my head right now, but those commands returned errors saying something like, parameters not defined.. something like that. Any other sound seems to work. Also I do not understand the difference between the standard desktop and Gnome? I don't know but I am using Knome. Any other sounds seem to work, like Linux sounds, and Rhythmbox Music Player. What is weird though is my sounds stop working when returning from idle/hibernate mode, and I have to re-login to fix the sound again. What's up with this sweet OS, that seems rough around the edges. I thought this was supposed to be way better than Microsoft OS's? Seems complicating in some areas like sound issues and Aircrack, I have s
How To Adobe Flash 10 on Linux 64bit
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 21, 2009
Actually, that's not entirely true. I am finally enjoying good flash on ubuntu 9.04 amd 64 using Swiftweasel and Adobe Flash 10. But I enjoy the humor because I had to put up with that frustration for so long.
Here's how I installed Flash. You can do this installation just by copying and pasting the following in a terminal:
wget http://queleimporta.com/downloads/flash10_x64_en.sh && sudo chmod +x flash10_x64_en.sh && sudo sh ./flash10_x64_en.sh
You should always read and understand scripts before running them.
This script will install Native 64 Bit Flash 10 and will also remove previous versions of flash and the not needed anymore “nspluginwrapper”
Note: If you just want to see the code for the script, it is available here:
See more here:
I did not create any of this. Thank Alejandro Cuervo and others. I simply wanted to pos
Downloading a Flash Player or Linux 64 Bit
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 17, 2014
Here is my question, I am new to Linux and I can not watch movies, it keeps asking me for a Flash player. I tried to install Adobe Flash but I have Linux under Mozilla FireFox. I do not know how to install it. I even went under Google Chrome and they charged me, I do not even know what i ordered. I used to be able to watch movies, not sure what happened. Can you help? Thank you. Calligirl
Can't get adobe flash 10 64 bit download for several days
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 15, 2011
As the title states, I've been trying to download the b4 bit flash player 10 (square) plugin for firefox 4 from adobe for several days with no success. Clicking on the link http://download.macromedia.com/pub/l..._111710.tar.gz produces a timeout as does wget from terminal for the same URL. Has anyone been able to download the square plugin for Firefox 4? If so, could they send it to me? Pretty please?
Macromedia Flash Player for Mandriva Linux 64 bit program
- date: December 9, 2005
I am working with Mandriva Linux 2006 program. It works fine. It is the 64 bit version. I have difficulty in viewing some aspects from the browser. It asks me to install the Macromedia Flash Player. The decompression of the tar
ball worked fine and it created a directory.
I can't install the Macromedia Flash Player. Please read the following:
Desktop]# cd 'install_flash_player_7_linux/'
ERROR: Your architecture, \'x86_64\', is not supported by the
Macromedia Flash Player installer.
I just followed the instructions from the following site.
Could you please help me to install the Macromedia Flash Player? Probably
I have to download the 64 bit version of the tarball. How can I find it
Macromedia Flash Player for Mandriva Linux 64 bit program Page 2
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 14, 2005
The command to copy must include the FULL path of the folder you are trying to copy it to. The command you tried to run was trying to copy the files to a nonexistent folder in your "install_flash..." folder. This was what you were telling the computer to do:
copy /home/YOUR-USERNAME-HERE/Desktop/install_flash_player_7_linux/flashplayer.xpt to /home/YOUR-USERNAME-HERE/Desktop/install_flash_player_7_linux/Desktop/firefox/plugins/
This folder does not exist.
What you WANT to do is this:
copy /home/YOUR-USERNAME-HERE/Desktop/install_flash_player_7_linux/flashplayer.xpt to /home/YOUR-USERNAME-HERE/Desktop/firefox/plugins/
do you see the difference?
The commands I said before:
[You do not need to include the asterisk (*) ]
cp libflashplayer.so /home/YOUR-USERNAME-HERE/Desktop/firefox/plugins
[You do not need to include the asterisk (*) ]
cp flashplayer.xpt /home/YOUR-USERNAME-HERE/Desktop/firefox/plugins
If these are run while inside the "install_flash_player_7_linu
Ubuntu/Linux is not allowing me to install Adobe Flash 10?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 18, 2009
I have been trying to install the new flash player and it's been giving me this:
I know that I do not have a later version because I cannot play videos on my computer (such as on facebook, but youtube works). When I went to the Abobe site to get the flash player, it gave me these download options:
-YUM for Linux
-tar.gz. for Linux
-.rpm for Linux
-.deb for Ubuntu 8.04+
I chose the last option, and it gave me what is in the previous link I posted. I am absolutely stumped, so if you could please give detailed instructions that would be great. Thanks
[SOLVED] Permissions between Mac OS X Snow Leopard and Linux Ubuntu 9.10
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 13, 2010
First of all apologies if I am posting in the wrong department but I have an issue with permissions under linux Ubuntu 9.10 with an external HDD. This external HDD was formatted with GUID partition table back in the days when I was still using Mac OS X. Now I have moved to linux Ubuntu 9.10 on my laptop. The problem is, when I connect that external HDD to my new laptop running Linux Ubuntu 9.10, I have permissions issues. All the Directories and sub-folder are read only, and permission-wise, I am unable to change them as it seems that I am not the owner anymore of any Directories and sub-folder. The weird thing is that when I cd into one the directory " movies" for example, I have "drwxrwxrwx" user 99. When I use the GUI to move folders and files in or out, I have " the destination is read-only"
I really need your help on this as I have pictures from a couple of years back amounting to about 600GB. I hope I wont have to reformat the drive c
[SOLVED] GUI for Linux UBUNTU Server 10.10 step by step tutorial
location: linuxquestions.com - date: May 14, 2011
Yet ANOTHER NUBE - I would like to find out what the step by step process is to install a GUI for UBUNTU Server 10.10 (Meerkat). Any help will be much appreciated.
Thank you in advance.
Remember,we all had to start from somewhere!!
Flash 10 and Ubuntu 9.04
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 17, 2009
Another silly question time (sorry) - I seem unable to get Flash 10 running within Ubuntu, despite accepting the plug in suggestions or downloading from Adobe.
Since doing the above, I don't get the missing plug in's message but things like Facebook games and the BBC Iplayer no longer seem to actually run?
Thanks in advance
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