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In previous versions I was able to install 64 bit flash from the sevenmachines ppa, it was removed so I thought Ubuntu added it to official repos, but it installs the 32 bit version and the nspluginwrapper.

Any way to install the 64 bit version?

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It is available in the partner repository. Enable partner repository first then you can do:

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install adobe-flashplugin

Have a look at this:

How do I install Adobe Flash player?

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Thanks, I don't know why flash 32 bits is available in current repos but there is the need of enabling another one for the 64 bits version. – nadiyama Nov 18 '11 at 17:08

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