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I'm going to change the importance to Medium since FF+Flash is such a critical component for most users and their experience of Ubuntu. Pico: #!/bin/sh GDK_NATIVE_WINDOWS=true /usr/lib/nspluginwrapper/i386/linux/npviewer.bin.real $* 6. I've even put it in my .mozilla/plugins folder as directed. modified FF3.5.8,Ubuntu 9.10 64-bit, make sure if you have FF Extension Flashblock installed, that it is DE-activated before you install the Flash plugin; otherwise, it seems to fail with any Flash this contact form

Please visit, read the first post with the workarounds, and use the "This bug affects me too" link. Although I tend to just boycott sites that don't work properly. Not the answer you're looking for? Steve van Bennekom (svanbennekom) wrote on 2009-10-07: #10 I can also confirm that turning compiz-fusion off enables clicking flash buttons again.

Markus Schulz (schulz-alpharesearch) wrote on 2010-02-27: #33 Edwards fix for Linux noobs (like me...) 1. ORIGINAL POST 10 Aug, 2009: I recently installed Karmic Koala (Ubuntu 9.10) alpha 4 amd64 version and have been facing problem with flashplugin for Firefox 3.5. I've googled.

Comment 12 by [email protected], Feb 7 2010 Processing I'm no longer sure what the bug is here. I will disable it. Looks like bug #141494 or similar regression? Turning Compiz off solves the problem for me.

with flashblock disabled, I crash on hulu, youtube, etc. As long as you keep holding the right button clicking should work. Done sudo is already the newest version. "It said install Windows 98 or better so I installed Linux..." Adv Reply November 2nd, 2009 #4 Uncle Spellbinder View Profile View Forum Vancouverite This process didn't work for me.

Isn't there an installation script to run? I am not quite sure if this is right, feel free to test it if above doesn't work for you reply Jean-Philippe Green (not verified) Sun, 2009-11-15 19:41 Permalink Use 64-bit Regards, C. Code: Reading package lists...

for anyone who hasn't seen it: edit: Ran the script. And we need to abandon Flash entirely. I had an issue in FF3.5.8 where the iplayer website would not play streamed content on Ubuntu 9.10 64-bit. Ubuntu 9.10 x64.

You're welcome. Although I tend to just boycott sites that don't work properly. It is working ! And no, the installation script said it's not supported by my architecture (64 bit) yet I was downloading the 64 bit flash player.

Has a movie ever referred to a later movie? I prefer Virtualbox, but VMWare or even kvm should do fine. cedric munger (cedric-munger) wrote on 2009-10-13: #17 Having exactly the same issue with latest karmic beta, Used the link provided by andrew ( to get the latest flash player version. navigate here Yep.

Runs perfect here since Ubuntu Jaunty and now Karmic :-) -z3r0c00l reply claudio (not verified) Sun, 2009-11-15 16:02 Permalink Have a look at this I dunno if it's a solution, but Not sure. Sorry if I'm missing something obvious, but I know I properly implemented the "workaround" and I am having a similar, if not the same, problem as before.

Thanks for the post!

However be warned that if you are quite the Hulu Junkie there are some problems with the 64-bit flash Linux and Hulu. pete This didn't work for me. Comment 1 by [email protected], Nov 15 2009 Processing Labels: -OS-All OS-Linux Status: Available I had a similar problem when I upgraded a machine to Karmic, though for me, Flash stopped working ymmv.

Thanks for posting this though. Please provide any additional information below. The video picture is there, but it will never start playing. his comment is here mbirth I had the same problem with Flash-players not recognizing my clicks.

audiomickFebruary 1st, 2010, 04:54 AM... I tried Andrew's fix and it does not work on my machine. I downloaded the 64 bit version of flash, uninstalled manually the flash-installer packages and extracted the plugin I just downloaded from in /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins now the clicking on flash works with To save to /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/, you will need to launch nautilus (Alt+F2 > gksu nautilus) as root or use sudo to cp.

UPDATE Nov 2, 2009: If you want to make flash work normal in 64-bit Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala, the following commands shall help. audiomickFebruary 2nd, 2010, 12:52 PMis flash not working for you either? Browse other questions tagged ubuntu video ubuntu-9.10 flash performance or ask your own question. Stubborn, I guess...;) tom.swartz07February 1st, 2010, 05:17 AMYes, I have had that myself lately.

I notice that flash videos don't play at most sites. more hot questions question feed about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Science I've googled. reply Flávio (not verified) Sun, 2009-11-15 18:08 Permalink I use a virtualized 32-bit I use a virtualized 32-bit environment for that.

reply Romeo Adrian Cioaba (not verified) Sun, 2009-11-15 17:07 Permalink Flash Player 64bit Hi, With the native 64bit flash player from adobe everything seems to work ok for me. or 32 bit with the nspluginwrapper? Type: sudo mv npviewer.bin npviewer.bin.real 4. I've been using the 64-bit alpha plugin that Adobe has been hosting here: I don't actually run their installer but just extract the .so file and shove it in my

reply Moma Antero (not verified) Sun, 2009-11-15 15:46 Permalink Hello, 64-bit Ubuntu/Firefox Hello, 64-bit Ubuntu/Firefox has two options for Flash: 1) Native 64-bit flash. 2) 32-bit Flash via nspluginwrapper (wraps calls reply draimus (not verified) Sun, 2009-11-15 17:16 Permalink Which flash plugin are you using? kind regards armel, Paris TagsRecent CommentsGT on "Could not Open Install.Log File!" Problem Solved!!mandakini pandey on [SOLVED] Windows Installer: The installation package cannot be installed by the Windows Installer service.starfall 2 You have flashplugin-installer. It now works for me. reply Oliver (not verified) Sun, 2009-11-15 16:31 Permalink Flash Hey, Well if you have an NVIDIA graphics card this might help (it did for me): Good luck!