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    Well, Jay's command seems to have failed so no harm there. I would definitely remove the .so file you copied to /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins or wherever you copied it to.
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    Ok so, Your code that you gave me, MikeTbob, seemed to work It does appear to be installed. However, when I try to play videos in browser , it's just black.

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    Which browser and which version?
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    Mozilla 3.6..24

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    Mozilla or Firefox?
    I think it's actually Firefox.
    Can you post a link to video? You'll need to remove the htt://www part but post the rest of it.
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    Firefox.

    Do you mean post a link to the video that doesn't work? Its any video on facebook or hulu or any random site with video. Except youtube.
    In example, the hulu banner on the main page.

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    ok, in Firefox, click on Tools>Add ons>Plugins Do you see the Flash Player plugin listed here?
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    No, I don't see the flash player plugin there

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    I might be mistaken here, but I think the newer versions of Flash that are available require FireFox 4.0 or greater.
    Have you already applied all system updates after installing?
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    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get upgrade
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  11. #20
    After running your first line I got:
    E: Some index files failed to download, they have been ignored, or old ones used instead.

    on the second line, nothing happened - no upgrade or anything

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