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    Installing Adobe Flash Player in Ubuntu 10.10

    Hi every one,
    I currently am using UBuntu 10.10, and I cant do anything online that requires Adobe. I tried installing, but I always get the message, Not Found, There isnt a software package called "Adobe Flash plugin in your current software sources" Can someone help me with installing Adobe? THanks!

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    Make sure that you have the repository (I think it's in Multiverse, but could be Universe). Use System>Administration>Software Sources and check the boxes.

    You can install flashplugin-installer in Synaptic Package Manager, or it should be available in the Software Centre.

    This program installs the Adobe Flash Player from Adobe.

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    When you install the system, the installation ask if you want to install the extra packages, just clic yes and everything works, just for future installations.

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    I have tried both methods. But neither of them work. I keep getting the Package dependencies cannot be resolved Error in the USC... Any other advice on installing Adobe???

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    Correction: I am running Ubuntu 11.04 on an Acer 5336 Aspire

    EDIT: I have installed Adobe through Flash Aid 2.1.1, which found it for me. Google is a wonderful thing. Thanks to those who tried to help!
    Last edited by Griever_By_Birth; 06-18-2011 at 08:20 PM.

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