Adobe Systems has Flash 10.3.183.18 available at www.Adobe.com/Products/FlashPlayer/Distribution3.html. In addition to the usual Executables and MSI's for Microsoft® Windows® 6-up and a DMG for Apple® MacOS X® on Intel-based systems, Adobe provides Red Hat® RPM's and GZip source packages for LinUX systems at the page cited (no Debian® DEB's as of 14 April 2012).
Addendum: Be advised that, as of 15 April 2012, Adobe® Labs only has Flash Player 11.3.300.214 for Microsoft® Windows® 6-up (EXE's for ActiveX and Plug-in) and Apple® MacOS X® 10.5-up (DMG).
Last edited by bcschmerker; April 16th, 2012 at 01:27 AM. Reason: Correction on version number.
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Thanks, flash is now working here .
You think that's air you're breathing now?
Last edited by ajgreeny; April 15th, 2012 at 12:38 PM.
I was just curious to whether Adobe ever made a fix for the issue with Flash 11 x64 in regards to all people being blue on You-tube and flash videos in general?
Its not looking promising since they pulled support as far as am aware?
You may want to search for other threads because I remember seeing some reports of blue people . I have never had problems with flash.
On my Lubuntu machine. Flash works with flash aid and disabling hardware acceleration.
It's fixed now like I said and I don't know which step did it. There still is no folder ~/.mozilla/plugins"