Adobe Flash Player 28 on Fedora 27/26, CentOS/RHEL 7.4/6.9 - Comment Page: 10

This is guide, howto install Adobe Flash Player Plugin version 28 (32-bit and 64-bit) with YUM/DNF on Fedora 27/26/25/24/23/22, CentOS 7.4/6.9 and Red Hat (RHEL) 7.4/6.9. Using Adobe's own YUM repository it is very easy also keep up-to-date with Flash Player Plugin. Finally up-to-date Adobe Flash Player is available for Linux users. 1. Change Root User sudo -i ## OR ## su - 2. Install Adobe YUM Repository RPM package ## Adobe Repository 32-bit x86 ## rpm -ivh rpm --import /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-adobe-linux ## Adobe Repository 64-bit x86_64 ## rpm -ivh...

339 comments on “Adobe Flash Player 28 on Fedora 27/26, CentOS/RHEL 7.4/6.9 - Comment Page: 10

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      • No! I don’t have a better solution. :)

        I just followed your instructions but, I did not install libcurl. Flashy-things seem to work on my system without libcurl. So, I was wondering why libcurl was needed.


        Thanks for the link to the adobe blog.

        Thanks and Regards

        • Okay! I thought that if I missed something new information :)

          Yes, curl is not mandatory (some Flashes might fail), but normally I have curl installed anyways so for me it’s not big deal… :)

  1. Hi JR

    On Centos 6.3: I followed the steps described in this topic. In about:plugins the flash plugin is listed. On youtube nothig happens, I mean the screen is black and that’s it. If i disable flash (Everything is happening on mozilla 10 browser), the youtube videos (frameset) is very very slow, so it becomes irritating watching them.
    With Fedora 17 is different story; youtube vids worked like a charm. So I gave up on Centos and stick with Fedora.
    So I don’t know what can be the prob with Centos. I tried to disinstall/reinstall flash-plugin, nspluginwrapper etc several times, but it makes no difference.
    Anyway thanks for asking.
    Again this site is very helpful; it helped me with other linux topics

    • Hi again valerian,

      Thanks for this description. :) I tried latest Flash with Firefox 10 on CentOS 6.3 and Youtube videos works normally on my computer. So that’s why this sounds some problem with graphics drivers, but might be some other problem too. :) Anyways Fedora is much better for desktop use than CentOS if you watch videos or listen music. CentOS and RHEL are much better on server side. ;)

  2. Hey, this is a great guide but unfortunately flash isn’t working for me.. Everything seemed to work fine, and
    ‘adobe-linux-i386 Adobe Systems Incorporated enabled: 17’
    is installed, but firefox isn’t recognising it.. It’s not coming up under ‘about:plugins’ and youtube tells me i need to upgrade my flash etc.

    Any thoughts?

    If the following info is of any use then great, if not no worries!

    [[email protected] mike]# yum list flash-plugin nspluginwrapper alsa-plugins-pulseaudio libcurl
    Loaded plugins: langpacks, presto, refresh-packagekit
    Installed Packages
    alsa-plugins-pulseaudio.x86_64 1.0.25-3.fc17 @koji-override-0/$releasever
    flash-plugin.i386 @adobe-linux-i386
    libcurl.x86_64 7.24.0-5.fc17 @updates
    nspluginwrapper.x86_64 1.4.4-11.fc17 @updates
    Available Packages
    alsa-plugins-pulseaudio.i686 1.0.25-3.fc17 fedora
    libcurl.i686 7.24.0-5.fc17 updates
    nspluginwrapper.i686 1.4.4-11.fc17 updates

    [[email protected] mike]# yum repolist all
    Loaded plugins: langpacks, presto, refresh-packagekit
    repo id repo name status
    adobe-linux-i386 Adobe Systems Incorporated enabled: 17
    fedora Fedora 17 – x86_64 enabled: 27,033
    fedora-debuginfo Fedora 17 – x86_64 – Debug disabled
    fedora-source Fedora 17 – Source disabled
    updates Fedora 17 – x86_64 – Updates enabled: 8,221
    updates-debuginfo Fedora 17 – x86_64 – Updates – Debug disabled
    updates-source Fedora 17 – Updates Source disabled
    updates-testing Fedora 17 – x86_64 – Test Updates disabled
    updates-testing-debuginfo Fedora 17 – x86_64 – Test Updates Debu disabled
    updates-testing-source Fedora 17 – Test Updates Source disabled
    repolist: 35,271

      • Hi JR, Yeah course! Thanks so much for your help….. here goes:

        [[email protected] ~]$ yum list firefox
        Loaded plugins: langpacks, presto, refresh-packagekit
        adobe-linux-i386 | 951 B 00:00
        updates/metalink | 27 kB 00:00
        adobe-linux-i386 17/17
        Installed Packages
        firefox.x86_64 15.0-1.fc17 @updates

        [[email protected] ~]$ uname -a
        Linux Mike-Laptop-Fedora 3.3.4-5.fc17.x86_64 #1 SMP Mon May 7 17:29:34 UTC 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

        Hope that’s of some use!

        Mike :]

        • Hi Mike,

          Thanks for this info. Looks like your problem is 32-bit flash-plugin with 64-bit Firefox. So try following:

          ## Add Adobe Repository 64-bit x86_64 ##
          rpm -ivh
          rpm --import /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-adobe-linux
          ## Remove 32-bit flash-plugin ##
          yum remove flash-plugin.i386
          ## Install needed 64-bit packages ##
          ## Check that following command install only x86_64 packages ##
          yum install flash-plugin nspluginwrapper alsa-plugins-pulseaudio libcurl

          Then close all Firefox instances and start Firefox again. Test flash, is it working then?

          • Oh really?! How’ve I ended up with 64 bit fedora?? Definitely didn’t mean to do that.. Ok thanks!! Sadly, I’ve just tried booting fedora and it got as far as the artwork and then total system fail twice :( I’ll try it again tomorrow but it seems pretty unwell so I will try out the 64bit flash as soon as I get it working again and let you know!

            Wow, I’ve just checked on the Fedora site and the main download link is for the 64bit version, I just assumed the main one would be 32 sorry, you’ve got to click ‘more download options’ to get to the 32 bit.

            Really sorry to bother you you’re a star! Looks like I’ll be starting from scratch … Never mind!

            All the best,

            • 64-bit Fedora is nowadays good choice, because Flash, Java etc. works normally on x86_64 systems. :) So even if start from scratch you can even so select Fedora 64-bit.

              Thank you for the compliment. This didn’t bother me at all, I’m happy if I can help you. If you have some other problem, feel free to ask. :)

    • Hi rob,

      Could you tell more specific about your problem?

      Your browser and system?
      Did you got flash successfully installed?
      Is flash working on other sites?

    • Hi Mike,

      Maybe you can try mplayer or vlc and their browser plugins.

      I checked that page and there is only Windows Media (.asx), Real Player (.ram) and QuickTime videos, so Flashplayer is totally useless there.

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