If I install flash player from yast or from “firefox plugins search”, I only install version 10.0... Now I want to install version 10.1 beta. I downloaded package “flasplayer…” from adobe flash website. Then I extract it and run:
# nspluginwrapper -v -i ./libflashplayer.so
Install plugin ./libflashplayer.so
Afterward, I restart firefox and firefox requires install flashplayer :(. In some tutorials I see " Create symlink plugins to…" after “Install plugin ./libflashplayer.so…”. In my computer I can’t see this.
PS: I use opensuse 11.2 64bit.
I try to install flash player 10.1 beta because I can’t upload to mediafire.com and some people advise me to install 10.1 beta to solve this problem.
Thanks for reading
I guess you could follow this method although different versions
Flash Player 10 on 11.1 - Page 3 - openSUSE Forums
Before creating this topic, I tried as you say. But, when I type “about:plugins”, there’s no flashplayer plugins.
open a terminal and do this:
Post result for each
What happens here
Oh, I’m so sorry. Now I have flash plugin. In your link, it appear: “You have version 10,1,51,66”.
Maybe, the last I didn’t logout, so there’s no effect for firefox.
Thank you very much for your advise
I’ve just installed my openSUSE11.2 64 bit, I try to install flash 10.1 beta 3 and restart computer but can’t install, my firefox said: “Install missing plugin”.
banhbaochay@linux-wa2x:~> ls /usr/lib64/browser-plugins/
javaplugin.so npwrapper.libflashplayer.so skypebuttons.so
banhbaochay@linux-wa2x:~> ls /usr/lib/browser-plugins/
> Hi caf,
> I’ve just installed my openSUSE11.2 64 bit, I try to install flash 10.1
> beta 3 and restart computer but can’t install, my firefox said: “Install
> missing plugin”.
> banhbaochay@linux-wa2x:~> ls /usr/lib64/browser-plugins/
> javaplugin.so npwrapper.libflashplayer.so skypebuttons.so
> libflashplayer.so npwrapper.so
> libnptcl3.1.so packagekit-plugin.so
> banhbaochay@linux-wa2x:~> ls /usr/lib/browser-plugins/
> libflashplayer.so npwrapper.libflashplayer.so
Somewhere there were several threads on this but as I recall the salient
point was: remove ALL flash players/plugins BEFORE installing the 64-bit
beta. Especially kill the npwrapper stuff. You .mozilla folder should
contain np references to it - period.
Come to think of it, those instructions were either on the Adobe web site or
in a readme with the downloaded code.
Oh, I’m very happy :).
I found, I found :D. I type then Enter:
nspluginwrapper -v -a -u
to update all plugin. After restart, I can see flash 10.1 beta in my browser