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I ( much ) prefer to drag and drop the libflashplayer.so into /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/ but the o denies me access. I unpacked the file and have the new libflashplayer.so on my ...
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    I ( much ) prefer to drag and drop the libflashplayer.so into /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/ but the o denies me access.

    I unpacked the file and have the new libflashplayer.so on my desktop.

    What do i do next ? I don`t understand the cml well, i 100 % want to drag and drop . I can not believe that this can not be done on 12.12.1 !

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    You need to open the file manager as root which I think will be done by pressing Alt + F2 and running
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    Thanks elija ,i made a .txt file just for that alt+f2. I can edit any file now.

    I trashed the old libflash and copied the new one . I re-started but the dame 9.0 flash was still there - i don`t get it. Flash 11 should have been installed.

    I must be missing something here, but what ?

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