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Doesn't work for chrome. That plugin uses an outdated method that is no longer supported.!msg/chrome/RtsoU4ee1YI/Atie1UZgFQwJ


A virtual package allows for a common name to be depended upon by other packages even though several things might provide that service/function. There's more than one way in the package archive to install Adobe Flash and each package causes the virtual package to appear as installed. Another example of such is ubuntu-default-settings. In a different tool ...


It looks to me like you were trying to install the 12.10 Quantal version. That release has been EOL for a very long time now. If you want the Adobe flash plugin for Ubuntu MATE 16.04, the easiest way to do it is: sudo apt update sudo apt install ubuntu-restricted-addons


It seems I inadvertently solved my own problem by making a hard copy of the plugin--which deleted the reference to the old one in pluginreg.dat. On an impulse, I went back and deleted the copy and reinstated the symlink and voila it now works. This is all voodoo as far as I'm concerned and I still think there's a bug in how firefox is detecting and doing ...


I use the same versions. ricard@cruz-xxxxxx:~/.mozilla/plugins$ ls -liah 12583228 lrwxrwxrwx 1 ricard ricard 43 jun 27 10:43 -> /usr/java/jre1.8.0_91/lib/amd64/ ricard@cruz-xxxxxx:~/.mozilla/plugins$ java -version java version "1.8.0_91" Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_91-b14) Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (...


Please note that I have no idea as to the path of your JVM, as I have yet to install Java on my fresh Ubuntu 16.04 VirtualBox image, but this should get you started on the right path (pun intended). You should have an eclipse.ini file located at $ECLIPSE_HOME/eclipse.ini Open the above file: gedit $ECLIPSE_HOME/eclipse.ini. For in-depth coverage of the ...

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