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Thread: How do I install Flash in Konqueror?

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    How do I install Flash in Konqueror?

    I'm running Kubuntu Hardy KDE 4 remix.

    How do I install flash in Konqueror? I cannot for the life of me figure out how to do it.
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    Re: How do I install Flash in Konqueror?

    actually flash support for konqueror is bullocks, as the flash for linux mainly supports mozilla only...
    complain to adobe.
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    Re: How do I install Flash in Konqueror?

    Actually, if you find a slightly older version of flash, such as r48, it works perfectly. To install it, you go to Settings>Configure Konqueror > Plugins. Check to make sure the directory that libflashplayer.so is in i listed, and then "Scan". Should be about it.
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    Re: How do I install Flash in Konqueror?

    I thought this problem with flash and konqueror and opera had been solved? I'm using the latest version of flash in konqueror kde4, and all flash content works fine.

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    Re: How do I install Flash in Konqueror?

    Quote Originally Posted by Whiffle View Post
    Actually, if you find a slightly older version of flash, such as r48, it works perfectly. To install it, you go to Settings>Configure Konqueror > Plugins. Check to make sure the directory that libflashplayer.so is in i listed, and then "Scan". Should be about it.
    This worked, though I didn't have to use an older version of flash. The current version worked just fine.

    Thanks for everyone's help!
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