I installed the 64 bit flash plugin using this tutorial http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showth...t=64+bit+flash
firefox still doesnt list it in plugins and flash isnt working, what am I doing wrong?
I know this has been posted before (for 5R1 anyway) but this appears to be a new and different problem.
I followed the instructions for installing the latest Adobe Flash 11.2 64 bit listed elsewhere in the Forums and FAQs. I also tried using nspluginwrapper with earlier versions of Flash. No plugins are ever recognized by Firefox.
In a fresh installed or upgraded Ubuntu, first thing to do is install flash plugin for web browser to enjoy flash videos. As a beginner, we use Ubuntu Software Center to search and install applications.
In Ubuntu 11.10, the Ubuntu Software Center shows two: Adobe Flash Plugin 10 and Adobe Flash Plugin. I selected Adobe Flash Plugin 10.
I installed flash plugin by following step the web pase in http://www.if-not-true-then-false.co...-red-hat-rhel/. But, in about:plugins the shockwave does not appear on list. On the terminal, I check if the plugin is installed:
ls -l /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/
If you are new to Ubuntu Linux and confuse how to enable the Flash plugin support for Firefox browser, you can follow this short tutorial on how to install and enable Flash plugin on Firefox. This tutorial was made using Ubuntu Lucid Lynx, but may works also on other Ubuntu version too.
I installed shockwave to try and get a game working. The game ended up not working correctly and shockwave installe da plugin to play flash content in Firefox. So now Firefox won't play flash content. I removed Shckwave but Shockwave left the plugin for Firefox. I cannot seem to getrid of it I even reintalled the flash plugin to no avil.