How to install Flash player on Ubuntu?

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Adobe Flash player is important plugin that allows our web browsers to play multimedia contents like audio & videos streaming, flash based games and other rich media stuff.

Adobe Flash player is supported by different web browsers like IE ( Internet Explorer), Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera and can be installed on different operating system like Windows , Linux/ UNIX and Mac OS X and Android.

In this post we will discuss how to install adobe flash player on Ubuntu 15.04 (64-bit)

Installation from the Command Line :

Open the terminal and run the below commands

linuxtechi@Linux-world:~$ sudo apt-get update linuxtechi@Linux-world:~$ sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer

Installation using Synaptic Package Manager :

To use synaptic, make sure synaptic package is installed. In case if it is not installed then use the below command to install :

linuxtechi@Linux-world:~$ sudo apt-get install synaptic

Start the Synaptic Package...

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This quick tutorial is going to show you how to install Adobe Flash player in Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr for Firefox and other web browser. If you’re using Google Chrome, flash player is already installed by default.

For 32 bit system:

Press Ctrl+Alt+T on keyboard to open the terminal. When it opens, run the command below to update your package lists:

sudo apt-get update

Then open Ubuntu Software Center, search for and install the package flashplugin-installer.

It extracts the 32-bit Flash player library from the adobe-flashplugin package (which is retrieved from http://archive.canonical.com/) and configures itself as default for Internet browsers.

For 64 bit system:

Because “flashplugin-installer” installs the 32-bit version of Flash and a related compatibility library which may be slower and less stable, so it’s recommended to install the adobe-flashplugin package from canonial partners repository.

First open...

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For those of you who didn’t know, Adobe Flash player is important plugin that allows our web browsers to play multimedia contents like audio and videos streaming, flash based games and other rich media stuff. Adobe Flash player is supported by different web browsers like IE ( Internet Explorer) , Chrome, Firefox , Safari and Opera and can be installed on different operating system like Windows , Linux/ UNIX and Mac OS X and Android.

This article assumes you have at least basic knowledge of linux, know how to use the shell, and most importantly, you host your site on your own VPS. The installation is quite simple. I will show you through the step by step installation adobe flash player 11.2 on Ubuntu 14.04.

Install Adobe Flash Player 11.2 on Ubuntu

Step 1. First of all make sure that all packages are up to date.

Step 2. Installing Adobe Flash on Ubuntu

Now install the flash player for 32 bit system using the below command:

Now...

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How to install Adobe Flash Player on Linux Ubuntu 15.04, Ubuntu 14.04 and Ubuntu 14.10. Install and update Flash Player on Ubuntu for Chrome and Firefox web browser. We will also see how to known is Flash Player installed correctly on Ubuntu.

Adobe Flash Player is the standard for delivering high-impact, rich Web content. Designs, animation, and application user interfaces are deployed immediately across all browsers and platforms, attracting and engaging users with a rich Web experience. Adobe Flash Player is used for streaming multimedia files on web browsers.

Install Adobe Flash Player on Ubuntu

Flash Player can be installed on Linux Ubuntu Systems using Terminal commands and Synaptic Manager. Below are the steps – how to install adobe flash player on Ubuntu Systems:

Install Adobe Flash Player on Ubuntu from the Command Line

Open Terminal and run the following commands to install Flash Player on Linux Ubuntu Systems using:


$...

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In this article we would install adobe flash player in Ubuntu. Flash player is the must have plugin for web browser.

Flash player can be installed from command line as well as Ubuntu software center.

Install flash player form command line

If you have fresh installation of Ubuntu we recommend you to use ubuntu-restricted-extras package. This package would install flash player with following add-ons

Adobe Flash Player Java Runtime Environment (JRE) (sun-java-jre) with Firefox plug-ins (icedtea) Set of Microsoft Fonts (msttcorefonts) multimedia codecs (w32codecs or w64codecs), mp3-compatible encoding (lame) FFMpeg extra Gstreamer codecs package for DVD decoding (libdvdread4, but see below for info on libdvdcss2) unrar archiver odbc cabextract multiple stripped codecs and avutils (libavcodec-unstripped-52 and libavutil-unstripped-49) For complete list of installed software check Ubuntu official page https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats ...
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Adobe flash player is the most widely used application for accessing the flash content on web, flash player supports multi operating system such as Windows,Linux and Mac. You can find adobe flash player on every single pc, it is required by almost all websites. Here is the step by step installation of Adobe flash player on Ubuntu 11.10.

Method 1:

Step 1: Download the Flash player from Adobe. Open with Ubuntu software center.

Step 2: Click on Install button to start the installation of Adobe flash player.

Method 2:

Step 1: Open Software Center for Dash.

Step 2: Search for Adobe in right top corner.

Step 3: Select Adobe flash plugin 10 and then click on Install button.

Method 3:

Step 1: Open Terminal ( Dash Home —-> Search for Terminal)

Step 2: Type the following command to install Adobe flash player.

That’s All! Now you can start to play all kind of favourite flash games or movies...

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Ubuntu 11.04 (alias : Natty Narwhal ) has got new Desktop – Unity ; Although you can switch to classic GNOME Desktop from the login menu, if you want (for any reason – may be you don’t like the Unity desktop or your computer doesn’t support the 3D effects in unity), but it’s not recommended, give it a try you might like it.

All other features are almost same, so as usual – Ubuntu 11.04 doesn’t include some basics softwares and libraries by default, due to licensing problem (just relax you don’t have to worry about that). Ubuntu Software Center has ratings/reviews and comments, so it will be very helpful in choosing/installing applications. Banshee is the default media player and Firefox 4, the default Web Browser. The left icon bar , is pretty good for launching favorite apps quickly.

That’s enough about Ubuntu 11.04! Let’s come to our point – how to install adobe flash player on Ubuntu 11.04, because you want to surf Internet (having more than 60% websites,...

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You can check the release notes from here

If you want to install adobe flash player 10.1 in Ubuntu follow these steps

edit /etc/apt/sources.list file

gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list

For ubuntu 10.04 users add the following line

http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu lucid partner

For ubuntu 9.10 users add the following line

http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu karmic partner

For ubuntu 9.04 users add the following line

http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu...

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For Linux, the latest version of Adobe Flash Player is 11.2 which you already have. Sorry, but it cannot be updated to 11.8. Adobe provides security backports to Flash Player 11.2 for Linux.

To install the Flash plug-in on Ubuntu 13.04 (Raring Ringtail), please follow this process:

Open a terminal window (press Ctrl + Alt + T) and copy paste this line:

sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer

When the Flash Player is installed, close the terminal window and restart your browser.

Adobe no longer provides Flash Player updates for Linux except for security backports.
From the Abobe Flash Blog:

For Flash Player releases after 11.2, the Flash Player browser plugin for Linux will only be available via the “Pepper” API as part of the Google Chrome browser distribution and will no longer be available as a direct download from Adobe. Adobe will continue to provide security updates to non-Pepper distributions of Flash Player 11.2 on Linux...

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Well I post this here, in hopes of helping someone. I'll state what was happening and how I solved it.

SETUP:
Running 12.04 from a WUBI installation.

PROBLEM:
When I searched in the Ubuntu Software Center the keyword flash, none of the options posted here appeared except ONE for a flash plugin for Mozilla. When attempting to install it, I got a dependency error.

Tried installing it through the Ubuntu Restricted Extras from Ubuntu Software Center, however the flash plugin portion of this installation did not work because of the dependency error.

Kept searching and found this command to install the plugin

sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree

and ran it from the terminal.

Same dependency error with this output:

Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Note, selecting 'flashplugin-installer' instead of 'flashplugin-nonfree' Some packages could not be installed. This may mean...
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Not so long ago I was telling you about Fresh Player Plugin, a new wrapper that's currently in alpha, which allows Linux users to use Pepper Flash (which is bundled with Google Chrome) in Firefox and other NPAPI-compatible web browsers.


Well, in just over a week, Fresh Player Plugin evolved a lot and in my test, I actually didn't encounter any major issues: the sound works, video playback works with YouTube and other websites, full-screen videos work with multi-monitor setups, etc. So I've decided to upload Fresh Player Plugin to the main WebUpd8 PPA so you can test it easily and stay up to date with the latest code from GIT.


As a reminder, the latest Adobe Flash Player versions are available on Linux only through Google Chrome, while other browsers are stuck with version 11.2.

The Adobe Flash Player plugin that's bundled with Google Chrome is in the form of a PPAPI (or Pepper Plugin API) plugin and Mozilla

isn't interested

in adding support for...

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Sadly, Adobe has dropped support for the GNU/Linux version of Flash Player (though security updates are still being provided). However, there are still two ways of getting newer versions.

The first is to run the Windows version through Wine, a software emulation layer designed to make Windows software work on Linux and other Unix-like systems. You'll need a Windows web browser (such as the Windows version of Firefox), with the Windows version of Flash Player.

Or, you could install Google Chrome, as it always has a recent version of Flash, even on Ubuntu. If you choose Chrome, you won't need Wine.

Update: I now know of a third way to do this: Pipelight! Pipelight was originally a browser plugin meant to use a fork of WINE to run Microsoft Silverlight. However, at some point, the developers decided to add support for Flash as well. See Here for instructions on how to install Pipelight, and enable Flash Player.

However, this method isn't perfect; if you...

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Q. How do I install Flash Player for Firefox web browser under Ubuntu Linux?

A. First, close running Firefox.

Open the terminal (shell prompt)

Install Flash Player For Ubuntu Linux

Type the following command to install flash player:

$ sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree

Now flash player should be working. Visit youtube or any other site to view flash content.

Troubleshooting tip

Update: This issue only relevant to older Ubuntu Linux version such as 6.04.

Some people may find voice is not working with newly installed flash player. Type following commands to solve this problem (thanks to macewan.org):
$ sudo apt-get install alsa-oss
$ gksudo gedit /etc/firefox/firefoxrc

Find line that read as FIREFOX_DSP and set to:
FIREFOX_DSP="aoss"

Save and close the file.

Close Firefox and restart it again.

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As you probably know, the latest Adobe Flash Player versions are available on Linux only through Google Chrome, while other browsers are stuck with version 11.2. If you want to use Chromium browser instead of Google Chrome, here's an easy way to install Pepper Flash Player.

The latest Adobe Flash Player that's bundled with Google Chrome doesn't work with browsers like Firefox for instance, because it requires an API called "Pepper" that's only available in Google Chrome and Chromium. A while back we wrote about

using Pepper Flash from Google Chrome in Chromium

browser by installing Google Chrome and manually adding the Pepper Flash plugin but here's an easier way to do it under Ubuntu: by

using a PPA.

In case you're wondering what are the differences between Google Chrome and Chromium (besides the logo), here are a few:

Google Chrome is not open source (and thus not available in the official distribution repositories) while Chromium is; Google Chrome is...
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

Note: This tutorial no longer works in Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty Narwhal). If you click the Click here to download plugin link, Ubuntu will search for a suitable plugin and then say No suitable plugins were found..

If you want to install Flash, Java, MP3 playback, and a lot of other popular proprietary codecs all at once, install the ubuntu-restricted-extras package instead.

The procedure for installing Flash is pretty similar from version to version of Ubuntu. This page uses screenshots from Ubuntu 10.10 (Maverick Meerkat). You can also see specific instructions for Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx) and Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala).

If you use 64-bit Ubuntu, apparently, it's quite a more complicated procedure to get Flash installed.

When you visit a page that requires a Flash plugin, you will get the message that the plugin is missing.


Instead of...

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VMware Player is the best application for desktop and server virtualization in Linux. I prefer it more than Oracle’s VirtualBox. In this small tutorial, we are going to see how to install VMware Player in Ubuntu 14.04.

With a virtual machine application like VMware, you can run another operating system inside the current OS. For example, I want to review the latest launched Pear OS 8 Linux. Now I have few ways to use Pear OS. I install it on a USB stick and use it as live USB or install it alongside other OS or install it as the sole OS. In this scenario, I’ll be happy to install Pear OS inside Ubuntu as a virtual machine. I’ll be able to use it without leaving my main OS Ubuntu 14.04. Lets see how to install VMware in Ubuntu 14.04.

Install VMware in Ubuntu 14.04:

To install VMware Player in Ubuntu 14.04 folow the steps below:

Step 1: Install required build packages

Open a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) and use the command below to install...

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