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Before unplugging safely remove the device: udisksctl unmount --block-device /dev/<device_id> You can get the device_id by any of the fol: sudo parted -l sudo fdisk -l df


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After the installation via sudo apt-get install unetbootin the binary is in /usr/bin/unetbootin Open your Dash and type unetbootin or start unetbootin via terminal: unetbootin


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Simply run the following the command in your terminal: sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree. And you should be good to go. This installs the pepperflashplugin-nonfree package which basically downloads Google Chrome, unpacks it(without installing it), and extracts the flash plugin that's built into Chrome. Then it installs Chrome's pepper ...


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You using this repository and there is no version 11.2.202.468ubuntu0.14.04.1 You should use the main server in this case or wait some days until the repository has been updated. If you do not want to wait, then use the command below sudo -i sed 's/ubuntu-archive\.locaweb\.com\.br/archive\.ubuntu\.com/g' /etc/apt/sources.list


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If you want, you can disable the blocklist using about:config: extensions.blocklist.enabled false or using prefs.js: user_pref('extensions.blocklist.enabled', false); blocklist.xml prefs.js


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Try and totally remove chrome using the following code sudo apt-get --purge remove google-chrome-stable You also need to delete or rename /home/your_name/.config/google-chrome then finally run this in your terminal to install chrome, as found on the following link http://howtoubuntu.org/things-to-do-after-installing-ubuntu-14-04-trusty-tahr if [[ ...


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To install google chrome Either download from PPA or using .deb PPA Using terminal. run those commands, you can open termianl by searching from dash or keyboard shortcut CTRL+Alt+t wget -q -O - https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub | sudo apt-key add - sudo sh -c 'echo "deb http://dl.google.com/linux/chrome/deb/ stable main" >> ...


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How are you trying to install it? I recommend running this command from a terminal: sudo apt-get install google-chrome-stable


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Pipelight will install the current windows version of flash for you. Other plugins, like Silverlight and Unity are also available through Pipelight.


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Through pipelight you may install the windows version of Flash. It will co-exist with your linux version so you can choose depending on your needs which to use. Instructions on the website are very clear and easy to follow. Pipelight also makes other plugins like Unity and Silverlight (and more) available to Linux users.


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If you want to use Firefox, I recommend that you try pipelight. It will install the windows version of Flash, which will co-exist with your linux version so you can choose depending on your needs which to use. Instructions on the website are very clear and easy to follow. Pipelight also makes other plugins like Unity and Silverlight (and more) available to ...


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You could use pipelight to install the windows version of Flash. It will co-exist with your linux version so you can choose depending on your needs which to use. Instructions on the website are very clear and easy to follow. Pipelight also makes other plugins like Unity and Silverlight (and more) available to Linux users.


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Try using Google Chrome. It comes with builtin flash support. A standalone Youtube player gets install during the Chrome installation.


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If you're installing another package at the same time this error will occur. Make sure you are not using another package manager such Synpatic or Ubuntu Software Center. If you're not then reboot will correct this problem.


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You can make a clear set up only through making a full-fledged Ubuntu installation by Ubiquity, as the main Ubuntu graphical installer instead of "useless" Wubi, an ex-friendly software aiming to be used by particularly Windows XP and other old-system users. First, and the foremost, you need to prepare a "live usb", then go for the Ubiquity, and select the ...


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Adobe is no longer developing the Flash for Firefox on Linux. You’re still getting security updates, but that’s it — your Flash Player plug-in is already several major versions out-of-date. Linux users can still use the Pepper-based Flash plug-in included with Google Chrome for Linux. This is the only way to get the latest version of Flash on Linux, ...


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I installed the browser Chromium from the Ubuntu software center. Then I had to update Flash and restart Chromium. Finally the presenter worked with prezi :-)


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There's a chance that disabling Secure Boot will fix the problem, but that's a bit of a long shot, since I'd expect that a problem that affected the installed system would also affect the installation media. Unfortunately, no two computers are exactly alike when it comes to Secure Boot settings, so it's impossible to completely describe how to try this; but ...


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Some of the opening javascript from the page: var unityObjectUrl = "http://webplayer.unity3d.com/download_webplayer-3.x/3.0/uo/UnityObject2.js"; It needs the Unity Web Player to work but Unity hasn't released a version for Linux (yet). I'm not happy with any of these solutions but there are a few options... Use pipelight to run the plugin under Wine. If ...


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I am also use opera as my default web browser, I had the same problem and to fix this I do the next one. Go to Ubuntu Software Center and Type in search: Opera-Stable Click on more info and check: "Pepper Flash Player-Browser plugin" and then click apply changes


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place your mouse anywhere in the video you want to play then right click on your mouse then select "show video" from here you have an option to choose full screen. Try it see if it works


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Make sure this is installed sudo apt-get install chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra It should be by default, then you can try this, it is Google's flash plug in that is built into there release of Chrome built for chromium sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree Some users find that they need to tell Chromium about the plugin. To do this run: sudo ...


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To run Windows again, either grab your Windows Installation Disk, or make a Windows Recovery Disk. There are many tutorials on the subject, so I don't need to explain to you how. After you make your disk or find it, put it in your computer and access the BIOS by pressing a key during the boot-up process (usually F2, F10) and boot from your CD/USB. Once the ...



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