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After some private chat and debugging with the author - It would seem that you have your USB drive mounted with the noexec flag - this is preventing you from executing anything off of the drive, even if you have the permission explicitly set. To fix this, simply remount the usb drive with the exec flag. sudo mount -o remount,exec /home/myName/newMount ...
You won't be able to install it from that site. I believe Opera has pepper-flash built in which is a more up to date version then the one officially supported from Adobe. If you still need to install it then add Canonical Partners to your software sources and sudo apt update sudo apt install adobe-flashplugin
There're multiple conflicting packages, e.g. flashplayer-mozilla, flashplugin-installer, adobe-flashplugin… The specific one you need for Opera browser is adobe-flashplugin, i.e. sudo apt-get install adobe-flashplugin
In Opera v 37 flash was not working until I installed the following two packages: adobe-flashplugin 1:20160512.1-0ubuntu0.14.04.1 AND adobe-flash-properties-kde 1:20160512.1-0ubuntu0.14.04.1 OS: Kubuntu 14.04 with Opera-stable v 37.0.2178.43 Nothing else worked. No pepper, no official adobe flash from the adobe website copying to all possible places nor ...
Read this article if you are unfamiliar with mounting filesytems in linux. In Linux, if you, or any other program (CodeBlocks in this case) has to run a file, the file should have executable permissions. These functionalities are not supported by the fat32 filesystem. Normally if it was a filesystem that supports this feature, you could have give the file ...
sudo apt-get install browser-plugin-freshplayer-pepperflash This command got flash working in Firefox for me.
General regarding flash on Linux In case you really need flash - consider using Google Chrome instead of Mozilla Firefox. Google Chrome should come with a bundled flash for Linux. How to get Google Chrome for Linux Download Chrome from the google page. The downloaded file should be a .deb file. How to install local .deb Either doubleclick the .deb or ...
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