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Chromium 34 in the main repos have started using Aura (early), which does not include support for NPAPI (this is a planned phaseout of NPAPI in Chromium). Therefore, you need to use Pepper Flash to be able to use Flash. If you have Trusty, you can just run sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree. If you don't have Trusty, you can use this PPA to ...


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That's entirely up to Adobe to decide. I would suppose that it mostly depends on how much work it would be for them to port it to GNU/Linux and how many licenses they would have to sell in order to cover the cost of doing so. I personally would also consider the large amounts of free marketing they'd get by porting it, but it might not be part of the ...


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The development version of Scribus can open IDML files (InDesign Markup Language, the official import/export file format for applications that have to work together with InDesign). I am not sure how good the IDML support is currently, so you will have to test yourself... If you want to try the latest development version of Scribus, there is a PPA for that. ...


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Eventually they will stop developing Flash at all, for all platforms. They only stopped releasing new releases of Flash for Linux, but they still ship bug fixes. I have flash from Adobe on Ubuntu and it run's just fine, no glitches at all. If you don't like flash there are open alternatives like Gnash or Lightspark. There's no need to install Flash through ...


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I ran into the same issue. dpkg showed that flashplugin-installer was already installed but no flash in Firefox. I resolved it by running sudo apt-get --reinstall install flashplugin-installer


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You should ask to Adobe, not here :)


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For alternatives as you said, there's Gnash and Lightspark. To install open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the Terminal: For "Official PPA of the Lightspark project": sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sparkers/ppa or for "Automated daily builds from ustream git master": sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sparkers/daily ...


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Adobe dropped Linux support in version 2.7 but you can still get and install version 2.6. If that's good enough for you, knowing it's not going to get an update, bug fixes or (importantly) security fixes, you can go ahead with that. There is more information about this on their kb page. If the computer is not network-attatched and there's no foreseeable ...


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I don't know for sure but I found here that Adobe Flash Player support had ended for Chromium from April 2014. I think it is better if you use Firefox Or you could use the Google Chrome rather than Chromium.


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I don't use Adobe connect, but here is what I did. I downloaded Adobe connect add-in 8, and I installed on Ubuntu 13.04. I just press Ctrl+Alt+T on the keyboard to open Terminal. When it opened, I navigated to where the file was downloaded, in my case it was the Downloads folder, and I ran the following command: sudo dpkg -i *.deb Screenshot of the ...


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You cannot use adobe flashplayer anymore from April 2014. [1] You should rely on pepper flash plugin, install it with [2]: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:skunk/pepper-flash sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install pepflashplugin-installer gksu gksu gedit /etc/chromium-browser/default paste '. /usr/lib/pepflashplugin-installer/pepflashplayer.sh' on the end ...


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The clue was in the text underneath the install box: If you have trouble installing Digital Editions, see the installation TechNote. See the "Manually install Adobe Digital Editions for Windows" section. That has a direct link to download an .exe setup file. I won't link it from here as they will probably update the link in time.


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This isn't really an answer to your problem, but in my experience Wine, while a lot better than nothing, just isn't going to run something like Lightroom acceptably fast and reliably compared to a supported platform (i.e. Windows or OS X). This is especially true if you're a power user, and use Lightroom as a professional tool. If you really do rely heavily ...


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The first thing to do with any Wine trouble is to look up the application on appdb.winehq.org. It is a really good, community-run database of Windows applications and their compatibility with Wine. From the page on Adobe Audition 3, and the trial version, we can see that people have reported it partly working with Ubuntu 10.04, but there is some extra work ...


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According to Adobe, there is no plans. They have asked before if there is a interest. I signed it, but nothing came of it. http://forums.adobe.com/message/4194553 Here is a number that you can contact them them directly about support for Adobe. http://computer-support247.com/adobe-support.html


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If you run: me@ubuntu:~$ dpkg -l | grep flash ii adobe-flash-properties-gtk 11.1.102.55-0oneiric1 GTK+ control panel for Adobe Flash Player plugin version 11 ii adobe-flashplugin 11.1.102.55-0oneiric1 Adobe Flash Player plugin version 11 you will get list of all your 'flash' ...


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Depending on what you use Flash for. If you only need it for Youtube and a few well known sites you can use the addon FlashVideoReplacer for Firefox, or the Greasemonkey script Linterna Mágica. LM works on many sites and also on Chrome and Opera in additional to Firefox, though I notice that if Flash is installed it doesn't work on Firefox (Flash player will ...


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After encountering a problem with adobe flash player not being clickable on cam chat sites I became very aggravated..and it takes that for me to fix stuff I guess. Remove Flash player plugin from within firefox [is what I use] use: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get autoremove then, use terminal to re-install flash plugin: sudo apt-get install ...


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Try installing them under Wine. The Wine app database claims that Dreamwaver CS6 needs workarounds to be installed and that Photoshop CS6 works with some problems. Older versions might work better.


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Have you checked out the entry in the Wine Application Database?: http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=20512 See if that helps at all.


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Not really an answer to your question, but you might also want to have a look at DarkTable. It's a native linux application that is still in development, but is already useable, and intended to be a (partial) replacement for Lightroom. Ubuntu packages for 10.04 ("Lucid") and 10.10 ("Maverick") are available in a release PPA and an unstable PPA (the ...


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One of the packages you are seeing is a transitional package, flashplugin-nonfree. This was the name for flash in the repository for a long time. At one point the Adobe Flash plugin was renamed to something else, flashplugin-installer. I don't remember the reasons for this happening. The older package depends on the newer one to make upgrades smoother for ...


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Applications that run in Adobe Flash Player may want to store some information on your computer, but the amount they can store is limited to 100 kilobytes unless you agree to allocate additional space. Local storage settings let you specify how much disk space, if any, applications from a particular website can use to store information on your computer. ...


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Support for embedded Multimedia within a PDF is new in Adobe Reader 8.1.1 for Unix platforms. Unix Reader supports Real media, so you should be able to play embedded video if you have Realplayer installed. You cannot, however, play MPEG or QuickTime files as those players are not supported by Unix Reader. Can you try it after installing real player? What ...


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try play on linux. link -> http://www.playonlinux.com/en This application uses wine to create a platform for windows applications, But the specialty in this application is it installs other necessary addons it self to run the specific application.(such as c++ pack , direct x, .net frame work , etc) . So you will not have to find answers to questions such as ...


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The natural answer would be : use wine (witch has just released the 1.4 version) However it seems that cs illustrator versions are garbage from an old test (more than a year). What I would recommend you is try to give a go to wine despite of the garbage status. Wine is a sort of framework that makes windows application compatible with Linux. For starting ...


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Try under ~/.macromedia/Flash_Player/#SharedObjects/CODE/here.


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From my experience it is precisely the 'simple youtube clip' that puts graphic card to biggest stress as far as Flash is concerned (you have to look in something like psensor, to have a loud fan or a crashing computer in order to realize how heavy this stuff really is on the GPU). The most recommended alternatives to Adobe Flash (like Gnash) are not yet up ...


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You can install it via the repositories: apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree


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Chromium dropped support for NPAPI plugins, in favor of their PPAPI. One of them is "Adobe Flash Player" which from April onwards won't work in any version of Chrome/ium. Chrome has the advantage that includes the PepperFlash plugin which is PPAPI so maybe you should use that, or use Firefox in the meanwhile.



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