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. I’d tried to download Adobe flash, here and via Adobe Labs. Nothing works in 10.04 :-/
    But if you install Flash-Aid in Firefox, you’re flash will work.

  2. 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).

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

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. @Francois: Yup, same problem here dude. Works with the change of name to installer though 🙂

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

    sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree

  8. 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 …

  9. 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

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

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