Firefox on CentOS7 does not have Flash enabled by default. How to install Flash Player plugin on CentOS 7? You may follow this tutorials to build a freshwrapper based flash plugin for Firefox on CentOS 7. If you don’t want to build it by yourself, you may download the pre-built .so from from this repository. […]
How to play the flash (.swf) files downloaded from the Web on Linux? The best solution that I find to play .swf files on Linux is run Adobe Flash Player Projector (download from here, a single .EXE file) and run it under wine. Answered by Eric Z Ma.
On Linux (Fedora 17 x86-64), Chrome keeps reporting “Adobe Flash Player was blocked because it is out of date.” every time I browse a page that contains Flash. How to fix this? I did this and it turned to be working for me: Disable the libpepflashplayer in Chrome by run chrome://plugins/ in the URL bar. […]
As you may know, Adobe stopped supporting the NPAPI version of Flash on Linux and the latest NPAPI version of Flash player at version 11.2 released back in 2012 will only receive security fixes. Even the security fixes to the 11.2 version of the Flash Plugin your Firefox is using will end on May 4, […]
This post introduces how to install flash plugin to 64-bit firefox on a x86-64 Linux (Fedora as the example). Both 64-bit and 32-bit plugin are available. 64-bit flash plugin for Firefox on Linux First, download Flash Player Release for 64-bit Linux from Adobe Labs. Then, unpack the package: $ tar xf flashplayer.tar.gz Check whether all […]