Flash Aid Helps you Install Adobe Flash Player in Ubuntu (64-bit & 32-bit)


Having trouble installing Adobe Flash Player in Ubuntu? Do you know which versions if flash player your system needs? Is the current version installed on your PC unstable? If you answer yes to these questions, then might want to turn to Flash Aid, a Firefox add-on that helps identify your platform, then download and install the correct version of flash player for it. Whether it’s 32-bit or 64-bit, Flash Aid will do the work for you.

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use Flash Aid to download 64-bit flash player in Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot)

 

 

Objectives:

  • Install and use Flash Aid to install the right version of flash player in Ubuntu
  • Enjoy!

 

To get started, click here to add Flash Aid add-on to Firefox

 

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After installing, restart Firefox and select ‘Flash Aid’ from the menu bar to install flash player.

 

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You can choose to install Adobe Flash Player from Adobe Beta labs ( the latest version) or from the stable repository.

 

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Next, choose the option selected below and continue.

 

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Finally, click ‘Finish’ to execute the command to install Flash Player

 

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After installing, restart Firefox and enjoy!

 

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That’s all.


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