A way to install PepperFlash in Ubuntu
KeepItSimpleStupid last edited by
It seems like everyone wants to make it hard. This won't be a step by step tutorial, but a conceptual tutorial. First you have to find it: So this gets close using Google: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=install+flash+chromium+ppapi+adobe.com Withing Adobe's website, you need to eventually find the donload link to "other versions" https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions/ In my case, I want 64 bit, the tar.gz version b[/b] So, open it with Archive manager and extract the files [b]libpepflashplayer.so manifest.json[/b] to an easy to get to directory that you created, e.g. ~/junk Now execute [b]sudo mkdir -p /opt/google/chrome/PepperFlash [/b] (this can be done at anytime) [b]cd[/b] to the easily accessible directory eg [b]cd ~/junk[/b] You can make sure the files are there by doing an [b]ls[/b] Move the files. [b]sudo mv * /opt/google/chrome/PepperFlash[/b] (you can copy/paste from the terminal the /opt/google/chrome/PepperFlash) Back up a directory [b]cd ..[/b] ls Remove the empty directory [b]rmdir junk[/b] PepperFlash should exist under the menu option vivaldi/tools/plugins The big things you have to remember are: sudo mkdir -p /opt/google/chrome/PepperFlash and PPAPI for the Chromium browsers
LordTermor last edited by
Ooor you just can install it with
sudo apt install pepperflashplugin-nonfree ```what looks like a much easier way(however this package downloads the whole google chrome for unpacking pepper flash)
Steffie last edited by
"however this package downloads the whole google chrome"
Yes but it does not actually install Chrome, which is good.