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    Flash player process/Input PID

    I got a trainer for pet rescue saga but it asks for the flash player process. I can choose from flashplayer plugin, opera.exe...etc i need whatever the icedteas flash player plugin would be called. I dont know the system file names of firefox or iced tea flash player. Thanks for any help

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    Re: Flash player process/Input PID

    Icedtea is for java.

    Did you install flash on Ubuntu?
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    Re: Flash player process/Input PID

    If you are using FireFox.
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    Re: Flash player process/Input PID

    Doubt it will work on mine anyhow Linux is hard to understand and won't work with a lot of stuff like this.Thanks for the replies nevermind. I will just have to play it on my husbands windows laptop.

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    Re: Flash player process/Input PID

    Quote Originally Posted by montycora1980 View Post
    Doubt it will work on mine anyhow Linux is hard to understand and won't work with a lot of stuff like this.Thanks for the replies nevermind. I will just have to play it on my husbands windows laptop.
    I don't know what you mean by hard to understand?
    Firefox and Ubuntu don't include flash by default.
    But you can easily install it.
    Just open the program "Ubuntu Software Center" and search for flash.
    It should bring up the flashplugin-installer, or adobe-flashplugin
    Install it.
    Once it is installed, firefox will be able to use it, without you having to do anything.
    Well normally you won't have to do anything Worst case, the app won't work with the linux version of flash.
    (being the version is older, though still supported by adobe for security updates)
    For newer versions of flash, install google-chrome.
    https://www.google.com/intl/en/chrom...&utm_medium=ha
    The only sticking point with chrome is knowing what type of system you are using, 32-bit or 64-bit.
    Last edited by deadflowr; December 11th, 2013 at 06:41 AM.
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