How to install Adobe flash 10.2 (Preview) in Ubuntu 10.10 (maverick) Using PPA

Finally adobe released adobe flash preview version for 64-bit systems you can install this in ubuntu 10.10 using PPA

Install Adobe flash 10.2 (Preview) in Ubuntu 10.10

Open the terminal and run the following commands

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sevenmachines/flash

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install flashplugin64-nonfree

If you use this PPA to install in ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid) you will get 10.0.45

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17 thoughts on “How to install Adobe flash 10.2 (Preview) in Ubuntu 10.10 (maverick) Using PPA

  1. Thanks for this info. However the package was renamed “flashplugin64-installer” (I couldn’t find “flashplugin64-nonfree” in the depot, but it was maybe only for me).

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  2. So, should we uninstall the default flash plugin that comes with ubuntu first? flash player plugin 10.1.85.2ubuntu1? Or can they coexist?

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  3. hi,

    i install kubuntu 10.10 64bit. i install flashplayer 64bit using ppa, after installing, the webssite still lookong for missing plug in. pls help.

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  4. Hi jojo :-)
    I have Kubuntu 10.10 and I think you missed the right one, there is two but first you must conform that you want the third-part’s program, if you don’t the right one don’t show. You should have the nonfree version, it works.

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  5. Your install command doesn’t work because there’s no package called flashplugin64-nonfree, the command should be:

    sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree

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  6. Dude, in the final step, I got this error ..
    “E: Unable to locate package flashplugin64-nonfree”

    However, after changing to
    “sudo apt-get install flashplugin64-installer”

    it worked like a charm …

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  7. virtualxtc says:
    FEBRUARY 17, 2011 AT 6:52 PM
    Your install command doesn’t work because there’s no package called flashplugin64-nonfree, the command should be:

    sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree

    THANK YOU SO MUCH THAT WORKED

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    Ethan Reply:

    Thanks “sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree” command is worked! Thanks for that x) x) x) … … …

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