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Adobe Flash Player Install for Linux Mint 18.3

Discussion in 'Linux' started by John Stenger, Jun 11, 2018.

  1. John Stenger

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    I have recently downloaded and installed LINUX MINT 18.3 from a CD burn, and I am now attempting to install Adobe Flash player, My problem is Adobe asks for what version of Linux Mint, such as Yum for linux, .tar.gz for linux, and even worse! I can't remember where I got that download from! ..All I know is I have Linuxmint 18.3 cinnamon 64 bit.
     
  2. Rustys

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    Run the Update Manager that will download and install the latest version of Flash.
     
  3. John Stenger

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    I ran it and it says system is now up to date! ...and that installed Adobe FP? Thanks,
     
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    You are welcome.
    You can go into Firefox and check to see what version is there to confirm.

    You can also select Refresh for it to check for more updates and then install them. You may need to do that a few time until it informs you that Your System is Up to Date.
     
  5. John Stenger

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    Will Do! Thanks Rustys
     

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