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Google changed the key source. Try this, it worked for me. gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-keys 1397BC53640DB551 gpg --export --armor 1397BC53640DB551 | sudo sh -c 'cat >> /usr/lib/pepperflashplugin-nonfree/pubkey-google.txt' sudo update-pepperflashplugin-nonfree --install
I opened up the disks program and clicked on the USB stick icon and choose create a new partition table: msdos/MBR style. After that, I created a new FAT partition on the usb stick. I safely ejected the USB stick and then reconnect it. It didn't work initially but I restarted my computer and everything is working perfectly. I am now able to add items to my ...
The instructions about installing HAL and using flashplugin-installer worked for me on one computer (in 15.10), but not on another (also in 15.10). After deleting ~/.mozilla/ a few times, I finally came upon this arch wiki entry about Flash DRM which mentioned that the Adobe flash plugin keeps a cache of files that may cause some trouble. It suggests: ...
You verify it by: sudo fsck /dev/sdxx It is best to run this in a live cd/usb. Never run it on /dev/sdxx. It will destroy your system. If you can't get a live cd/usb, use recovery mode and drop to a root shell (NOT RECOMMENDED).
Regarding version updates, you can add to /etc/chromium-browser/default the following line: version=$(grep version /opt/google/chrome/PepperFlash/manifest.json | sed 's|.*"version": ||;s|"||g;s|,||') and change the the pappi-flash-version flag linke accordingly: CHROMIUM_FLAGS="--ppapi-flash-path=/opt/google/chrome/PepperFlash/ --ppapi-flash-version=$...
Your best bet is to just use the Firefox (NPAPI) version. To install the version for Firefox, run: sudo apt install flashplugin-installer
The solution turned out be really simple. The package was in /var/cache/apt/packages/partial. I've deleted it there and the message has never returned.
Which plugin should I install and how? Adobe Reader is not available in Ubuntu 14.04, the Linux native package must have been removed from the partner repositories in 13.10 since it's only available up to 13.04. From what I've heard and read there were several major security issues with this last version and Adobes solution was to just drop support for ...
Adobe Flash Player support ended for Chromium in April 2014. But there is a way to install Flash correctly for Chromium on 12.04: Since there is issues with adding the pepflashplugin in apt-get, we download and install it manually. wget https://launchpad.net/~skunk/+archive/ubuntu/pepper-flash/+files/pepflashplugin-installer_18.104.22.168~cr51.0.2704.84-1-...
You'll need to install the Pepper Flash plugin. Do so by running sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree and then sudo update-pepperflashplugin-nonfree --install In a terminal. See this post on WebUpd8 for more details.
You can throttle down your max CPU speed to keep things a little cooler. Download cpufreq in terminal with sudo apt-get install cpufrequtils If you don't have a /bin folder in your home folder, create one in terminal with mkdir ~/bin. Once installed, create a new script in your home/bin folder in terminal gedit ~/bin/cpuss Paste this in the file: #!/...
You can install a flash player for most browsers with sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer It is not the latest version like on Windows but it works and it does still receive security updates, it works for both X86 and X64 architectures. Chrome has no 32bit Linux version anymore, you could use chromium, it is what chrome is based on, and is very ...
This was caused by a lack of Nvidia drivers. Simply running sudo apt-get install nvidia-364 will fix the issue.
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