i use chromium as my main browser.can you use googles pepper flash in chromium or is the adobe flash better to use?i know adobe only fixes security issues with flash on linux now.
“For Flash Player releases after 11.2, the Flash Player browser plugin for Linux will only be available via the “Pepper” API as part of the Google Chrome browser distribution and will no longer be available as a direct download from Adobe.
i use chromium as my main browser and i notice the debian flash is several versions behind. do you download latest from adobe to stay updated or is the debian version good enough for security? can you use the chrome pepper flash plugin with chromium?thanks
My default browser is SeaMonkey and there is no more support for Flash Player
for Linux as per the adobe website:
NOTE: Adobe Flash Player 11.2 will be the last version to target Linux as a supported platform.
I have recently installed Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on my Samsung Chromebook 303c, and I found that Linux does not have Adobe Flash, so how do I install Adobe Flash, on Ubuntu, on my Chromebook? Also what code do I use to switch from Ubuntu back to Chrome OS, instead of resetting developer mode? Could anyone please help me? All the other sources I used were for different models, Please HELP!
Since Flash 11.2 has stopped working with Chromium because Chromium has stopped supporting the Netscape Plugin API (NPAPI) which it uses. Also, the latest Adobe Flash Player 13 is only available for...
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baronmog wrote:progandy wrote:You'll have to use pepper flash (in the aur as chromium-pepper-flash)http://blog.chromium.org/2013/09/saying … npapi.htmlIs this a new requirement?Did you read the link? Support for the old plugin format has been removed.
Have you tried with the normal flashplugin package? With Nvidia HW, you should be able to use acceleration by setting it in /etc/adobe/mms.cfg. Otherwise, if you want to stick with the pepper flash plugin, you are ging to have to find some kind of output or logs. Maybe run chromium from the command line and see if it tells you anything?