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Install 64-bit Adobe Flash Player on Ubuntu (updated to 11.04) April 26, 2009

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FlashEDIT: Update to Flash 11 beta 1

EDIT: This howto –while referring to the directory “.mozilla”– works without adaptation for chromium (that reads ~/.mozilla/plugins).

Now that there is a java browser plugin and a working wine for 64-bit on the Ubuntu repositories, there is not much holding back 64-bit Linux on the desktop. Maybe the only thing missing is the Adobe Flash player. Most of the time Flash is just annoying, nevertheless sometimes needed. Luckily, there is now a Flash Player release for 64-bit Linux (however, still beta alpha beta but stable so far). I am pretty sure the instructions are identical for other Linux distributions.

To install it:

1.  The beta of Flash 11 64-bit can be found here (the “Download plug-in for Linux 64-bit” link).

The alpha program has been opened and closed several times (was here and here), but at the moment of writing is open again: download the flash binary here. Because of the intermittent presence of the binary, I put a copy of the latest version here (the md5 checksum is 49b55c7eb8044453e5f6f2e4b3cb4084) and keep my fingers crossed for html5 :). NB: The screenshot is from a previous release, however the actual binary *is* the latest.

2. Unpackage it using a terminal (with the assumption your firefox downloads into your Desktop as default):
cd Desktop
tar xvzf flashplayer11_b1_install_lin_64_071311.tar.gz

(The name of the tar.gz file may change when a new version is released, change accordingly).

3. Create a plugin directory in your $HOME (instead of a system directory):

cd
mkdir -p .mozilla/plugins

4. Move the file to the plugin directory:
mv Desktop/libflashplayer.so .mozilla/plugins

(You may safely ignore the other contents. Place the contents in ~/.local/share if needed).

5. Restart firefox. Go to about:plugins to see if it’s enabled:
about:plugins
That’s it.

Edit: Alternatively, you can use the graphical approach:

1. Download the binary (see the command line instructions above).
2. Select “Open with ” in firefox (you have to click on open to enable the ok button) and clck on OK.
3. The archive manager will open and show you the libflashplayer.so file.
4. Click on extra and a save window will open.
5. Type ctrl + h to show hidden files. Go to .mozilla (dubble click).
6. If no “plugins” directory is present, click on “Create Folder” on the top right and type as name “plugins” (without the quotes). Press Ener.
7. Click on Extract.
8. Click on Close on the windows showing the result.
9. Close the archive manager.
10. Restart firefox.

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1. saul - April 29, 2009

Thank you. This method is working for me. There is a slight change in the packiging of the tar now when expanded creates “libflashplayer.so”. ubuntu 64bit 9.04. Firefox 3.10

2. claudio - April 29, 2009

Thanks, saul. I adapted the filenames.

3. Upstream - April 30, 2009

Thanks for posting – works like a charm so far :)

4. newman - May 1, 2009

thanks this worked perfectly

5. MK - May 2, 2009

Thanks! Worked perfectly.

6. Spiros - May 4, 2009

please…..i want someone to help me!!!!!!!!
it’s the first time i am using ubuntu and i can’t understand what to do!!!!!!
can you please be more specific???

7. sijoy - May 4, 2009

cool this is working

8. claudio - May 4, 2009

Spiros,

If you are new to Ubuntu, you should go for the regular 32-bit version first (Choose: 32bit version: This works with most computers). Like in Windows, most closed source software is available as a 32-bit version.

If you use the 32-bit version, just go to a page with flash (e.g. youtube) and Firefox will ask if you want to install the missing plugins. Choose the Adobe flashplayer. It’s that easy.

C.

9. Mohamoud - May 7, 2009

Great tutorial!

Tips:
You want to put libflashplayer.so into /home/[username]/.mozilla/plugins

But of course the .mozilla folder is hidden.
To view hidden files in file browser: press Ctrl + H
To view hidden files in Terminal: ls -a

Hope that makes it easier.

claudio - May 7, 2009

Thanks Mohamoud! Good point.

10. acridfusion - May 11, 2009

how hard would it be for someone to make an installer this is fuckin’ gay. I like the promotion they talk about recruiting more people that have used microsoft their whole lives to a windows friendly ubuntu. bullshit. I been using ubuntu for over a year now and love it until it comes to something like this.. “get a newer computer ubuntu is better with new computers” i’m told.. so i buy a 64bit laptop. anyone wanna test adobe air? no I wanna watch my ShayTards Videos damnit. now i gotta reboot into my cobb webbed windows. deal with antivirus shit for about a half hour… damnit just make it work!

claudio - May 11, 2009

acridfusion,

Actually, no. Adobe 64-bit is alpha so no way ubuntu could out of the box include it (or an automatic remote installer). Open source and Free software have no problem whatsoever with using 64-bit processors. The problem are closed source application providing only 32-bit binaries. That’s why most people using Windows install a 32-bit Windows on a 64-processor. The same goes for Linux. However, besides some small annoyances running 64-bit ubuntu is a nicer experience that running 64-bit windows nowadays.

If you have problems running 64-bit Linux, do what most users do … install 32-bit.

11. Kirkahlla - May 16, 2009

Um it will not let me put it in there because i am not the root and i dont know how to unlock it

12. Kirkahlla - May 16, 2009

Never mind remember people read Mohamoud’s post

13. Skipy - May 17, 2009

Not exactly working for me. I copied it and it worked fine once, but then after I restart Firefox it just doesn’t work. Tested twice.
Shows no play buttons no windows, no “Install flash”, nothing, just a big white space :D

claudio - May 17, 2009

Is /home/[username]/.mozilla/plugins/libflashplayer.so owned by your user?

14. dakdamar - June 21, 2009

I did all of the above i.e. creating the directory, and moving the file into the .mozilla/plugin directory and it shows the plug in active in firefox’s add on section but on you tube it still doesn’t work, I had 50-50 success at Youtube and my kids are frustrated. any sugestions?

claudio - June 21, 2009

Mmm. Youtube works here. Maybe an other plugin is installed?

sudo apt-get remove flashplugin-nonfree

If not, you can install Ubuntu 32-bit just untill adobe release an official (read non-alpha/beta) plugin?

15. Matt - June 25, 2009

OH yea I did it, Thx man

16. Fruit - June 27, 2009

Im pretty new to ubuntu, but I like the advantages of a 64-bit operating system. This tutorial seems simple enough, but I get this when trying to unpack the tarball:

fruit@fruit-desktop:~$ cd
fruit@fruit-desktop:~$ tar xvzf libflashplayer-10.0.22.87.linux-x86_64.so.tar.gz
tar: libflashplayer-10.0.22.87.linux-x86_64.so.tar.gz: Cannot open: No such file or directory
tar: Error is not recoverable: exiting now
tar: Child returned status 2
tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors

17. Fruit - June 27, 2009

Can someone please help or tell me what do do

18. Fruit - June 27, 2009

Sorry to make so many posts, but when i looked over the error that i was getting it was “No such file or directory”. Even when i used the gui interface to extract libflashplayer.so onto my desktop, then used the terminal command: “mv libflashplayer.so .mozilla/plugins” I still got “No such file or directory”. This makes me think that i am not in my desktop directory, i do not know enough about linux or ubuntu to change to my desktop directory if i am not already in it. I do know that this is what i have when i start terminal: “fruit@fruit-desktop:~$”

19. Kurt Häusler - July 5, 2009

Hi Fruit
Change “cd” to “cd Desktop”

20. Matt - July 21, 2009

Awesome! I want to thank you very much. I run Opensuse 11, and this worked excellent for me. Thank you again.

21. Harsha - July 22, 2009

Hi,

Thanks. Flash 10 now works on my 64bit jaunty installation.

This might be of help to other readers… I had to uninstall the default SWF plugin before this plugin would work:

“sudo apt-get remove swfdec-mozilla libswfdec-0.8-0″

22. phil - August 3, 2009

new filename again :)

23. MasterOfTheHat - August 5, 2009

Awesome! Now I can actually upload all my pics to Flickr!

24. Sam - August 7, 2009

hi im recieving same error message as Fruit, cd Desktop dosent help

thanks

25. Dan - August 16, 2009

I am having the same error has Fruit and Sam. I am new to Linux too. I used Sabayon 4.2 on my previous desktop, and everything worked right out of the box (in 64 bit). Flash is the only tricky part for me. I want to use 64bit Ubuntu though bc my new laptop has 4gb Ram. (Sabayon was having errors reading my xorg.cfg file – I have a new Thinkpad with switchable graphics and I don’t think Sabayon liked that)

Thanks

26. claudio - August 16, 2009

Try it this way:

1. go to the download pages and click on “Download 64-bit Plugin for Linux (TAR.GZ, 3.64 MB)”.
2. select “Open with ” in firefox (you have to click on open to enable the ok button) and clck on OK.
3. The archive manager will open and show you the libflashplayer.so file.
4. Click on extra and a save window will open.
5. Type ctrl + h to show hidden files. Go to .mozilla (dubble click).
6. If no “plugins” directory is present, click on “Create Folder” on the top right and type as name “plugins” (without the quotes). Press Ener.
7. Click on Extract.
8. Click on Close on the windows showing the result.
9. Close the archive manager.
10. Restart firefox.

27. Sam - August 17, 2009
28. yusuf - August 25, 2009

thanks

29. Travis - August 25, 2009

Thanks Sam!!!!
I was not able to get flash player working on my system until I found your post.

30. Steve - August 26, 2009

thank you

31. Art Pablico - August 29, 2009

Thanks, worked for me!

Although I put the libflashplayer.so in /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins.

I typed “locate mozilla/plugins” in terminal to find my folder.

32. mm - August 31, 2009

Hi, Claudio Thank you!!!
Using Claudio’s ifo I made some ubuntu specific instructions which may be of help to others.

——————————-
Install adobe flash player 10 on ubuntu 9

download 64bit beta version

1. Download it from here. http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10.html

2. just click on file and the archcive utility will automaticlly launch. Click extract on the file libflashplayer.so. and save it to your desk top

move that to the mozilla plugings folder which should be
/usr/lib/mozilla/plugins

open terminal type cd Desktop

then type this command from the Desktop directory
sudo mv libflashplayer.so /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins

close all foxfire widows and restart

33. claudio - August 31, 2009

Mm,

This system-wide solution (needing administrator rights) does indeed work fine. However, I posted the user-level configuration as it works with and without root-rights.

Thanks for the alternative.

34. ll - September 4, 2009

thanks very much!

35. abey - September 9, 2009

Hi, followed all steps and firefox not recognize the plugin.

36. caco - September 10, 2009

Excelente. Thanks!!

37. Darius Damalakas - September 18, 2009

Thank you! It works

38. Brenton - September 23, 2009

B E A U tiful. Worked like a charm, thanks!

39. krnewman - September 23, 2009

Super thanks to Harsha July 22 post. Removing swfdec was the key for me. Thanks for ending my headache. Runs great now in 64 bit 9.04

40. sean - September 29, 2009

thanks man! your a lifesaver!!

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42. martin - October 7, 2009

thanks alot!

43. bhargav - October 9, 2009

tnx worked like a knife on butter

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45. Marvin the Martian - October 25, 2009

Thnx Sam, your link worked like a charm

46. Stathis - November 6, 2009

ok this ain’t work for me, my mozilla shut down when i try watch videos that use flash (youtube ,etc) what should i do? any solution?

47. Goddard - December 1, 2009

Thanks worked great.

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49. cdoublejj - December 11, 2009

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50. ahmad - December 12, 2009

I want someone’s help

51. poenyagua - December 16, 2009

You Realy Owesome ..
this article help me much

very very big big big thanks

52. Henrique Sant'Anna - December 17, 2009

To everyone that installed OSS4 as sound driver instead ALSA on Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic Koala) 64bit:
* The script published on the next link makes the sound of flash player work great !!

http://www.myscienceisbetter.info/install-native-64bit-flash-player-10-on-linux.html

53. anextx - January 9, 2010

alright, so i just did a clean install of 9.10.

when i go to a webpage with flash there is a message telling me that flash player is not installed. i followed the instructions in this post – created libflashplayer.so and put it in the correct folder (confirmed by checking through graphic interface). now when i go to a page with flash firefox quits as the page is loading.

i have checked to make sure that nspluginwrapper-nonfree and swfdec are not installed. checking ‘about:plugins’ in firefox shows that flashplayer 10.0 r42 is installed.

any suggestions on what else i should try?

54. Urban - January 24, 2010

A great big thanks!!! I’ve just spent ALL DAY reading and trying various proposed solutions, to no avail. Sometimes it seemed to work but the killer was always Potlatch – the OSM map editor.
So, 1. from Harsha (21)
sudo apt-get remove swfdec-mozilla libswfdec-0.8-0
2 follow the article to the letter
3. enjoy.

55. Gautam Kok - January 27, 2010

This does not work. You have to move this file to another folder in 9.10. At least, I had to.

Move it to /var/lib/flashplugin-installer. If you have already installed some flash version, you might already have this folder and there might be enother file (mwrapper.libflashplayer.so) in it. You can remove this (or move it to you desktop for a few seconds).

$ sudo mv ~/Desktop/libflashplayer.so /var/lib/flashplugin-installer/

should do the trick. Then restart Firefox and reload the plugins list.

My problem was that I already had a flash player installed, but it did not work properly. I could, for example, often not click in the Flash applications. I was unable to start playing videos or when they played pause them or scroll to another part.

This x64 version works like heaven for me. Thank you!

56. Jonathan - January 29, 2010

thanks.. tried for an half hour to install it, but failed every time.. now it finally works :D

57. Antrix - February 5, 2010

Wow! thank you Life saver!

Works without a doubt. Got it working on my first go :)

58. Greg - February 13, 2010

Thanks!

59. Greg - February 13, 2010

Needed this!

60. Bobby - February 26, 2010

thats the one I needed worked like a charm for ubuntu 9.10 now I can run flash programs

61. mahmoud - March 6, 2010

thanxxxxxxxxxxxxx may friends you are the best in this net now . hhhhhhh thx

62. Tim - March 8, 2010

works as advertised…thanks much for the tutorial.

63. Pedro Sales - March 11, 2010

thank you..works like a charm ;)

64. Richard - March 18, 2010

Thanks, you saved what little hair I had left.

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66. grillost - March 30, 2010

Thank you! it works very well :D

67. RottNKorpse - April 27, 2010

thank you very much…the tutorial wasn’t perfect as far as step by step but as a linux person…don’t really need step by step. :)

68. Kim Josefsen - May 1, 2010

It worked excellent for me too, thanks a lot.

Kim,
Ubuntu 10.04

69. Rodrigo - May 2, 2010

Muchisimas Gracias..!!

70. ryan - May 2, 2010

Thanks! Saved me an hour of work.

71. dany - May 3, 2010

Thanks!
It really does work. The instructions could be a bit simpler.
I hope Adobe makes a normal way to do it soon.

72. Tiberr - May 3, 2010

Thanks! Grand respect!
One place of net, where i could really working links.

73. JFMOYA - May 3, 2010

I used the graphical instal….
Thanks

74. Ax3l - May 4, 2010

Thanks, most productive guide out there, I wonder when hey going to get their apt channel install or something working for 64

75. youngdaddytc - May 4, 2010

@27. sam very easy just copy and paste one line. i love it. this is linux, and it was my idea ;-)

76. Ignatz - May 4, 2010

It worked out for me! But I just needed to enable it at the “Tools/Complements/Plugins” dialog box.
THANKS!

77. Werner - May 6, 2010

Awesome!!!!

Some of us are still new to Linux and need these kinds of tutorials!!!

claudio - May 6, 2010

Werner,

Luckily, this kind of thing is not an issue on the “main” ubuntu release: the 32-bit. Like in Windows, still most people are running a 32-bit OS. Still, while having a 64-bit machine, why not run a 32-bit os? :)

78. mr - May 6, 2010

Thanks, it works for me. One change – my download directory writes files to /tmp rather than Desktop. HELP FOR BEGINNERS: For those new to Firefox and Ubuntu, if your file doesn’t appear in the Downloads directory you can find it by going to the downloads window and right-clicking on the file then choose ‘open in containing folder’ and it will tell you the directory where Firefox is downloading files. Also, for beginners, to start typing in commands you need to open the command console by clicking the Ubuntu symbol at left then choose Accessories the Terminal. You will have a “shell prompt” at that point. That is where you begin to type the commands (cd, tar, etc). Another tip for beginners, if you are still having trouble finding the file, use the “ls -lst” command to list the files to double check the name and date of the downloaded “.gz” file plus the “.so” files that gets created after you run the “tar” command.

79. paullo - May 7, 2010

worked great :)

80. suddensolaris - May 8, 2010

Wow thanks!

It works for me! :)

81. onkel edgar - May 11, 2010

thanks, appreciated

82. neotasic - May 13, 2010

Thanks for this – solved some ongoing annoying problems

83. gator77 - May 14, 2010

Thank you! My mouse refused to work on the 32 bit wrapper installed by ubuntu (flash video controls)… This native 64bit flash fixed it! I can now fiddle with volume, pause, full screen etc :-)

claudio - May 14, 2010
84. mtpda - May 15, 2010

THANK YOU!!!!!
I may not be an end user but I am not good with .tar files… Thanks for the step by step!

85. strauzen - May 16, 2010

THANK YOU!!
thanks to you I finally got it

86. huncutxxx - May 30, 2010

Thanks!
Works as a charm! But newbies please make sure to enable the hidden files by ctl+h otherwise you will not find the appropriate files and folders.

87. REX - May 31, 2010

Thanks so much its work, first time i use terminal , today i switch from window to ubuntu no idea how to use but your steps r so clear , its really help full thnx so much

88. MP - June 1, 2010

I have no idea what you guys mean by Terminal, I just started using Ubuntu today. Can someone tell me how to open up this terminal thing. Is it under aplications, Internet, Terminal Server Client? Is that what you mean?

claudio - June 1, 2010

Acessoires – Terminal

89. Marianno Gorgeski - June 2, 2010

Wonderfull, this helped a lot of people obviously, and this helped me as well. For that i have to say many thanks.
Nice touch!

90. thomas - June 5, 2010

amazing. i just got a brand new laptop and decided to throw away windows. everything worked fine so far apart of flash which drove me crazy not having any linux background. Thanks.

91. Bruno - June 6, 2010

I had to put the library under /usr/lib64/mozilla/plugins, than it works. I’m using Ubuntu 10.04 x64

claudio - June 6, 2010

Yes, this is a system-wide solution. However, I prefer a user-based solution e.g. for security concerns.

92. k - June 8, 2010

Thank You for the clear instructions.

93. Wolfgang - June 9, 2010

Works for me! Thanks ever s much!

94. Rayhan - June 10, 2010

Thanks a lot! It worked.

95. v4r14Do - June 16, 2010

Thxxxx =} works.

96. Santhosh - June 19, 2010

Works very well. Thank you!

97. Giannis - June 23, 2010

Top resource!
Thank you

98. VAP - July 10, 2010

Thanks! It worked!!

99. QQrice - July 15, 2010

thanks worked perfect

100. Anil - July 20, 2010

Awesome. Saved lot of time. Thanks

101. Steve - July 24, 2010

I couldn’t figure out why these instructions weren’t working for me until I accidentally found out that if you have gnash installed, you have to remove it before flash will show up in your plugin list. No idea why, but at least it works okay now.

102. Sean - July 25, 2010

Appreciate the tip! Working just fine for me.

103. alain - July 31, 2010

Works for me on lynx 64bit. Thanks for the tip, I will spread the word! This has bugged me for a while.

104. Eric - August 29, 2010

been searching for sometimes, finally this one works for me Ubuntu 10.04 64bit. Many thanks!

105. Interferon - September 7, 2010

Thanks. Worked like charm.

106. Mick - September 10, 2010

GRAZIE!
Il primo e l’unico sistema che funziona!

Thank you, first and only method that works!

107. Mick - September 10, 2010

… dimenticavo: anch’io uso Ubuntu 10.04 64bit.

… I forgot: I use Ubuntu 10.04 64bit.

108. Istimsak Abdulbasir - September 11, 2010

This tutorial worked great, thanks.

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110. Caio - September 12, 2010

Thanks a lot! I’m running Ubuntu 10.04 64-bits and Flash was running bad as hell, now’s smooth as heaven, very nice solution and approach!

111. Luis Milanese - September 16, 2010

Thank you. It worked perfectly well.

112. Solomon Homicz - September 16, 2010

Thanks for tip! Works great on ubuntu 10.04.

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115. SP3NGL3R - September 27, 2010

YAY!!!! i got it working with Chrome too. just copied that same .so file into my /opt/google/chrome/ folder … restarted Chrome, and poof, youtube works now.

THANKS.

116. Augusto - October 1, 2010

Thank you! Perfect!

117. Tomás - October 2, 2010

Thank you very much sir!

118. max - October 9, 2010

works..thanks

119. storager - October 12, 2010

Kiitos!
I’ve crashed my head before

120. stopBitchin - October 17, 2010

@ 10. acridfusion – May 11, 2009 … yeah bit old now … but LOL!! talk about gay bitchin like that !

121. Robbie - December 22, 2010

Thanks dude. Just installed Ubuntu 64bit version. I extracted the .so file then created the plugins directory and then moved the file. All is working and I installed the Flashblock as well.

However, security issue kind of worries me. I didn’t do much research on it, so can you give me some background as I didn’t see anything that jumped out at me on the web or on Adobes website.

What are the issues and should I be concerned if I have flashblock installed?

Again thanks as flash is working fine.

122. claudio - December 23, 2010
123. Andy - January 6, 2011

Thank you very much!!!!!!!!! I am a noob in linux and I tried to do the things other people said in other tutorials but I couldn’t get it to work. But when I changed the settings on my browser to download on my desktop and after I followed your directions it worked perfectly. This is the first time I managed to install something using the terminal. Thank you very much it is really appreciated when someone gives the steps and describes them fully so that noobs can also understand it.

124. 2K - January 9, 2011

Thank you very much. It’s worked for me

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127. manju - February 7, 2011

this worked excellently with me!!! :))
I love u man!!

128. Kiieran - February 18, 2011

Mine Dont Work

claudio - February 18, 2011

Did you remove the plugin installed by the software manager?

$ sudo apt-get remove –purge flashplugin-installer

129. Berk - March 4, 2011

Thanks! Worked perfectly.

130. KanonDGeminis - April 9, 2011

THANK YOU! WONDERFUL HELP!
I had several issues viewing MegaVideo with FireFox 4 + FlashPlayer 10 32bits… but using the FlashPlayer P3 64bits works very smooth!

131. Foxinou - May 6, 2011

Thanks ! That works like a charm !!

132. Carl - May 15, 2011

Great, I’ve had problems installing Flash Player on 64 bit Ubuntu 11.04, but your method worked for me. I downloaded the latest binary from the Adobe website, but I now have version 10,3,162,29 installed whereas the latest version is 10.3.181.14

133. Alcarazmiranda - May 19, 2011

Hi I realize that there is a new version of flash, so i try to install it, but when i want to move the .so file to de .mozilla/plugins appear these command…

root@:~# mv Desktop/libflashplayer.so .mozilla/plugins
mv: cannot stat `Desktop/libflashplayer.so': No such file or directory

I already check that the name of the file is the correct and i don’t know what else do…

134. sgx100 - May 20, 2011

Perfect
Works with ease on 11.04
Thanks a lot bro

135. Peter - June 14, 2011

Works for me.
Works better than the 32bit version on my xubuntu 11.04 with Firefox 4

136. Jodyman - June 28, 2011

Awesome Dude!! This worked great and has solved all my problems with Ubuntu 10.10 and Firefox 4.0.1.

THANK YOU… THANK YOU… THANK YOU!!!!!!

137. guest - July 13, 2011

thanks! worked like a charm (ubuntu 11.04, ff5)

138. Doug - July 26, 2011

Sweet! Worked straight off (on Ubuntu 11.10 Alpha2), now I can watch BBC iPlayer, 4OD, Youtube and System resources concurrently on workspaces 1-4. Smooth video, brilliant!

Thanks. Doug / UK. (& AMD X4 barely breaking into a sweat)

139. Coffey - August 5, 2011

had the latest 32 bit ver that worked on some video sites, but not all.
Was getting white rectangles that would skip around ala pack-man blanking out the video.

Thanks, due to precise instructions — THAT PROBLEM IS GONE!
using FF 5.0 / Ubuntu 10.10 on a 64 bit Shuttle KPC45

bravo.

140. metalmaus - August 18, 2011

excellent. thx

141. sastri - September 7, 2011

Thanks a lot made life so easy…great…keep helping

142. أصولي خلودي - August 20, 2012

Waiting for the dowloading.
Thanks


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