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There are some questions on Mozilla Support that suggest the RSS Icon plugin can cause this behavior. Starting in Safe Mode can confirm that the problem is caused by a plugin, and then you can proceed to disable plugins to narrow down the culprit.


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Since Adobe no longer supports Flash on Linux, Chrome is one of the remaining options that ships with Flash included. You can use Pepper Flash (called "Fresh Player") on Firefox. Webupd8 even commented on it here and how to get it working (the linked article was posted on May 29, 2014 and may be out of date). The plugin may be usable as it seems to be ...


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Despite the names, Adobe Shockwave and Adobe Flash are two different programs/plugins. Adobe Shockwave isn't available for Linux, whereas Adobe Flash is available for Linux. You have both the NPAPI version of Flash (which all browsers except Chrome(ium) use) and the PPAPI version of Flash (which Chrome(ium) uses) installed.


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If it's not a bug of the firefox version you've installed (is it from a regular/official Ubuntu repository, or an odd custom PPA?) then it's most often a firefox profile problem. Try these instructions to start in "Safe Mode" with all addons disabled (Basically open the Help menu and select "Restart with Add-ons Disabled...") Then proceed with the ...


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I use this firefox addon Biscuit to save specific cookies I don't want deleted. It stops them from being deleted automatically by firefox or via the "Clear Recent History." I'm not positive if it could prevent a cookie from being changed by it's own website (facebook) but it's worth a try.


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i currently can't reproduce your error, but this should solve your problem: open a terminal and insert sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install adobe-flashplugin, type your root-password (no characters will be displayed), confirm the dialog and thats it! well... maybe you have to restart your browser!


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If you want to install Flash, you can install it using the command - sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer Alternatively, to install Adobe flash from canonical partner repository - Software & Updates -> Tab 'Other Software' -> Tick 'Canonical Partners' sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install adobe-flashplugin


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Its available in the partner repository. If you goto System Settings > Software & Updates, then to the "Other Software" tab check the "Canonical Partners" checkbox. You should get prompted for a password and then to reload. After this you will be able to load adobe-flashplugin using the method in your question. You can also install flash (exactly the ...



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