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How do I install Adobe Flash Player on Ubuntu 32bit ARMv7 Little Endian machine?

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Sep 16, 2012

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How do I install Adobe Flash Player on Ubuntu (12.04) 32bit ARMv7 Little Endian machine? The .tar.gz and .deb files contains shared libraries for i386 target.

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How do I install Adobe Flash Player on Ubuntu 32bit ARMv7 Little Endian machine?

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How do I install Adobe Flash Player on Ubuntu (12.04) 32bit ARMv7 Little Endian machine? The .tar.gz and .deb files contains shared libraries for i386 target.

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[topic moved to Flash Player forum]

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Adobe Employee ,
Sep 17, 2012

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Hello,

Welcome to Adobe Forums.

You can follow these steps :

1) Login with "root" user on your Ubuntu 12.04

2) Launch "Terminal" (Keyboard Shortcut : Ctrl +Alt +T)

3) Type this command and hit Enter : sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer

4) Launch Firefox and check do you have Flash Player (http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/)

Thanks,

Vikram

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New Here ,
Sep 21, 2012

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Hi VikramGaur,

Thank you for your reply. Could you tell me what source link should I add

to /etc/apt/sources.list file?

If I follow the steps you mentioned I get "Package 'flashplugin-installer'

has no installation candidate" and it fails.

Thanks,

Aananth C N

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New Here ,
Sep 21, 2012

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I could not see the information I added behind this request in this email

chain. For your information, I am using Ubuntu 12.04 on ARM Big Endian

machine (Pandaboard).

Thanks,

Aananth C N

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Adobe Employee ,
Sep 24, 2012

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Hello,

There is a procedure of Manual Installation of Adobe Flash Player on Ubuntu, follow these steps :

  1. Open http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions/
  2. Choose Linux 32-bit on Step 1
  3. Choose Flash Player 11.2 (tar.gz) on Step 2, download the file
  4. Once download is complete, right click on the flie (tar.gz) and click on "Extract here"
  5. Launch Terminal (Keyboard Shortcut : Ctrl+Alt+T)
  6. Go to that location where you extracted the file
  7. Run this command : sudo mv libflashplayer.so \/usr/lib/firefox-addons/plugins
  8. Launch Mozilla Firefox and check do you have Adobe Flash Player
  

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Vikram

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Sep 24, 2012

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Hi Vikram,

Thanks again. The link and the tar.gz file points to an image for Intel 386

architecture. I confirmed it using readelf -h <lib-name>. I need it for

ARM.

Then I unpacked the .apk files of android releases from your websites, I

was able to find the libflashplayer.so for ARM LE target there. If I copy

to the /usr/lib/.../plugins/ directory, and if I type www.youtube.com, the

browser crashes. But the same browser works fine if I browse pages that

dont have flash content in it.

Regards,

Aananth C N

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New Here ,
Nov 11, 2013

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Thank your info

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I love Flash Player : http://betdownload.com/adobe-flash-player-15-download

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Adobe Employee ,
Nov 18, 2013

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Glad to help !!

Thanks,

Vikram

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Hi Vikram,

It wont go to the plave where I extracted it.

Any solutions?

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New Here ,
Feb 04, 2013

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A few days ago I actually had Flash under Firefox and Kubuntu 12.10 working correctly, but some update or other seems to have killed it -- in two stages.   First, I wasn't able to play Flash pages on the Flash Media server -- I kept getting the "not available" error.   In my attempts to correct that I instead made things worse; now I can't view any Flash pages at all. 

I've done the obvious things.  I've installed, uninstalled, and reinstalled flashplugin-installer.  I've downloaded both the 32-bit and 64-bit versions of that package and tried to install the software from the downloaded packages instead of from the repositories.  I've copied libflashplayer.so to /usr/lib/firefox-addons/plugins.  Nothing seems to help.

I'm running out of ideas.

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Adobe Employee ,
Feb 06, 2013

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desktop arm7 is an unsupported platform for flash player.  the desktop flash player will not work as i am told it utilizes intel instructions and the mobile version is tightly integrated with the android OS most functionality would not work under Linux Ubuntu.

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Jun 02, 2013

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I faced the Same problem as AananthCN and this:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gerD__lYnqc     video helped me. This is the simplest way i think.

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