If you do not have Flash installed, you will probably see a message telling you so when you visit a website that needs it. Thank you for your interest in this question. I have posted the other location to download only for people, who have to use Flash for Linux with a Linux browser also and have difficulties with Flash 10, because they use an older distro with an older libc. I voted to close the other question as a duplicate of this one.
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Download Flash 9r for Linux from here: In particular, icedtea6-plugin including default-jre and openJDK should be removed.
Flash 9 and 10 in Linux
This is why flagging any of these questions in favour of the other question seems to be a kind of dilemma: Use liinux browser e. Because bit systems are no longer supported, you can no longer use the method described in update 2 on bit systems.
This may no longer be an option.
I spend my spare time searching for ways to help students and new users get to know and understand Linux, Ubuntu, Windows, and Open Source software.
How to install Flash player on Ubuntu?
In case the plugin causes high cpu-usage, you can try this: Restart Firefox Older Versions Note: So I reinstalled the older version that just works. I now know of a third way to do this: Click on "Edit", and make sure that "Use plug-in" is marked appropriately.
Uninstall old flashplayer 9 if installed: Now that Adobe is providing limited support for its flash plugin again lpayer Linux systems including Ubuntu, this brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to install Adobe Flash plugin for Firefox and other lijux browsers on Ubuntu It works better than adobe-flashplugin in Firefox.
Adobe Flash Player Install for all versions
This method works for Mitko, Copy correct url: You must enable this repository before attempting to install flash plugin. Please note, I've only tested this with Linux Mint's Cinnamon desktop which is forked from Gnomeand can't guarantee this will work on other desktops. Schlandower, where did you take this link: However, this method isn't perfect; if you find that your browser won't respond to your mouse, you may either switch workspaces using you desktop's keyboard shortcutsor switch windows again keyboard shortcuts.
This method also lunux for If your browser automatically downloads the tarball, thus making it impossible for pinux to rename the tarball before the download starts, wait for the download to end, then go to the folder where the tarball's been put, rename the tarball to pepflash.
It is not documented in official Flash Player Admin Guides. Installed but at chrome: A tarball is a file with a ". Thank you for your interest in this question.
If you download the. Flash player security doubts - a particular online flash game still requests that I update to the latest flash player.
Either way, when you switch back, you should be able to click again.