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It isn't using Java or Flash. It's Three.js which uses WebGL. It might be possible your browsers aren't seeing a 3D graphics device powerful enough, or it might be that you don't have the drivers set up correctly, or it could just be that you don't have your browser set correctly. I'd start with the last by viewing the official WebGL support page. If that ...


There is qarte (http://www.oqapy.eu/download?lang=en), but you still need to be in a country where you can watch Arte. There is a how-to in French here : http://doc.ubuntu-fr.org/qarte


APT maintains a history of operations in the files /var/log/apt/history.log and /var/log/apt/history.log.#.gz. Search for "flashplugin-installer" inside them and you should discover when the package was installed and if it was an automatic installation (as a dependency of another package). aptitude and deborphan can help you to find out if a package is a ...


You do not need to install flash to Google Chrome. It is already there. NPAPI plugin will not work, and pepperflash is already installed in Chrome.


They require Adobe's Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) to be installed to view secured content (i.e DRM encumbered). The solution to install HAL is: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mjblenner/ppa-hal sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install hal Source: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2255621 More information can be found here: ...


I think you need to install Google Chrome browser to be able to watch netflix. Google Chrome supports netflix, don't know with hulu. I haven't used both, netflix and hulu, but a few months ago, there was a news but Google Chrome is now able to play netflix directly from their browser (regardless of the OS), don't know with hulu though.


I haven't tested it, but looking at the postinst script, the file is supposed to be in /var/cache/flashplugin-installer. Try keeping the file there and running sudo dpkg-reconfigure flashplugin-installer: sudo cp adobe-flashplugin_20150811.1.orig.tar.gz /var/cache/flashplugin-installer sudo dpkg-reconfigure flashplugin-installer

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