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Old 01-27-2012, 11:37 PM
"vladinator@gmail.com"
 
Default flash!

Use Chrome. It's built in.

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From: "george johnson" <georj3@gmail.com>
To: <ubuntu-users@lists.ubuntu.com>
Subject: flash!
Date: Fri, Jan 27, 2012 18:13


Anyone know how to get Flash Player running in Ubuntu 11.10 (trying to partition it alongside Win7-- also, how much disk space should I allot it)? I'm not very 'techie'...*Thanks very much!
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Old 01-27-2012, 11:41 PM
Ben Stones
 
Default flash!

On 28/01/12 00:13, george johnson wrote:


Anyone know how to get Flash Player running in Ubuntu 11.10
(trying to partition it alongside Win7-- also, how much disk space
should I allot it)? I'm not very 'techie'...*
Thanks very much!






Hi,



You can install the Ubuntu Restricted Extras via the Ubuntu Software
Centre which includes Flash and other software restricted by
copyright. Otherwise, search for 'flash player' via the Ubuntu
Software Centre to install the plugin (I believe you may need to
restart Firefox in order for the plugin to work, in case you have
that open at the time).



Hope this helps.



Regards.



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Old 01-27-2012, 11:47 PM
george johnson
 
Default flash!

Thanks Ben-*I think I tried this, and things seemed to 'freeze up', although I am only using the trial install and not the full install yet. I'm bummed that I can't use netflix in ubuntu either... oh well, cheers


On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 4:41 PM, Ben Stones <ben@b3ns.com> wrote:






On 28/01/12 00:13, george johnson wrote:


Anyone know how to get Flash Player running in Ubuntu 11.10
(trying to partition it alongside Win7-- also, how much disk space
should I allot it)? I'm not very 'techie'...*
Thanks very much!






Hi,



You can install the Ubuntu Restricted Extras via the Ubuntu Software
Centre which includes Flash and other software restricted by
copyright. Otherwise, search for 'flash player' via the Ubuntu
Software Centre to install the plugin (I believe you may need to
restart Firefox in order for the plugin to work, in case you have
that open at the time).



Hope this helps.



Regards.




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