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Hello Guys, i need your help...

i want to see videos in youtube but there is a error showing (upgrade your flash player) when i clicking on play button.

so please tell me that How To Install Flash Player In Ubuntu ?...

Thank You.

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There are 32-bit and 64-bit Adobe flash players available for Linux. Which you use depends upon the browser you have installed. On a 64-bit system, you can have a 32-bit Firefox installed, which would require a 32-bit plugin. A 64-bit version of FF or Chrome would require a 64-bit plugin. FWIW, I run a 64-bit Linux OS (RHEL 6.1 clone) and Chrome browser w/ 64-bit Adobe Flash plugin. It works fine for me.

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Follow below given link if this helps you:

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Manoj

Edited by crunchie: blog link

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Which you use depends upon the browser you have installed. On a 64-bit system, you can have a 32-bit Firefox installed, which would require a 32-bit plugin.

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well, download it from adobe.com.Then open terminal and write these:
cd Downloads
(then) sudo dpkg -i downloaded_file

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