My friend has a computer with Ubuntu 12.04 32 bit, but he has no internet connection. He'd like to install the Adobe Flash Player on his computer. How to do that?
You can download it from the Adobe website. So download it from a computer with an usb drive and use a usb drive to copy it to the offline computer.
Pick the tar.gz file archive as download option to download the offline installation for ubuntu. The tar.gz archive contains instructions how you can install it for the default browser firefox or how you can run the flash player itself.
He needs to install the package
Step 1: Get the download URLs in a file:
Execute the following command on your friend's PC:
apt-get -y install --print-uris adobe-flashplugin | cut -d\' -f2 | grep http:// > apturls
Step 2: Copy this file (apturls, in his home folder) to a machine with Internet access, and execute the following command to download the packages:
wget -i path-to-apturls-file
Step 3: Now get those downloaded packages to your machine, and install them using :
cd path-to-the-downloaded-packages-directory sudo dpkg -i *.deb
You can Download Adobe Flash Player 30 for Windows 7/8/10, MAC and Linux from this URL.
Download Adobe Flash Player 30 2018 Version from https://offlineinstallersofts.com/free-download-adobe-flash-player-30-offline-installer.html