Quote Originally Posted by mikechant View Post
Quote Originally Posted by Warren Hill View Post
I would suggest Chrome rather than Chromium as Adobe no-longer support Flash on Linux. Chrome has a later flash player built in.
instructions here
http://www.noobslab.com/2012/10/inst...in-ubuntu.html
No, that's not true.

See this link: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flashpla...s/roadmap.html

And note this bit: "Adobe will continue to provide security updates to non-Pepper distributions of Flash Player 11.2 on Linux for five years from its release."

V11.2 was released about a year ago, so flashplayer will be supported for another four years on Linux.
You won't get new releases, 11.3 and above, so no new features, but you will have a secure (well, as secure as flashplayer gets) version for a long time. When 11.2 end of support *does* finally approach, it will be a lot clearer as to whether flashplayer is at all relevant any more.
What I meant to say say Adobe are not actively supporting in in the sense of keeping fully up to date with other versions such as the one for windows and as a result some websites don't work. However the support in Chrome is better because it is more up to date.

Sorry if I caused any confusion.