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    Default can not install flash player in bk3 final

    i tried to watch a video on youtube with bk3 final but it said(getflash player)
    i click in this option(get flash player) but i do not know what is the installer type .what should i choose?
    i)tar.gz for linux
    ii)rpm for linux
    3)YUM for linux

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    I thought everybody liked google????!!!!!
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    Don't tell me. The video was 'How to crack WEP", right?
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    What the hell is bk3?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lospci View Post
    i tried to watch a video on youtube with bk3 final but it said(getflash player)
    i click in this option(get flash player) but i do not know what is the installer type .what should i choose?
    i)tar.gz for linux
    ii)rpm for linux
    3)YUM for linux
    It's very simple, this is from adobe's site:

    Installation instructions for tar.gz

    1. Click the download link to begin installation. A dialog box will appear asking you where to save the file.
    2. Save the .tar.gz file to your desktop and wait for the file to download completely.
    3. Unpackage the file. A directory called install_flash_player_10_linux will be created.
    4. In terminal, navigate to this directory and type ./flashplayer-installer to run the installer. Click Enter. The installer will instruct you to shut down your browser(s).
    5. Once the installation is complete, the plug-in will be installed in your Mozilla browser. To verify, launch Mozilla and choose Help > About Plug-ins from the browser menu.

    If you do not know how to install tar.gz files try googling it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincoln View Post
    It's very simple, this is from adobe's site:

    Installation instructions for tar.gz

    1. Click the download link to begin installation. A dialog box will appear asking you where to save the file.
    2. Save the .tar.gz file to your desktop and wait for the file to download completely.
    3. Unpackage the file. A directory called install_flash_player_10_linux will be created.
    4. In terminal, navigate to this directory and type ./flashplayer-installer to run the installer. Click Enter. The installer will instruct you to shut down your browser(s).
    5. Once the installation is complete, the plug-in will be installed in your Mozilla browser. To verify, launch Mozilla and choose Help > About Plug-ins from the browser menu.

    If you do not know how to install tar.gz files try googling it.


    i did it... but still the firefoz dos not run the flash files
    that needs the adobe flash player 10... may be i give him the wrong
    installation dir but i dont think so... (its: /usr/lib/mozilla)
    so what can i do?

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    After you install flash log off and back in. When you are at the site with the flash video make sure the no script addon isn't blocking anything then refresh.

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    or download the packages linuxpackages.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by lospci View Post
    i tried to watch a video on youtube with bk3 final but it said(getflash player)
    i click in this option(get flash player) but i do not know what is the installer type .what should i choose?
    i)tar.gz for linux
    ii)rpm for linux
    3)YUM for linux
    Now would be the time to start reading.
    Google = install packages ubuntu.

    For the record tar.gz is a file format,
    rpm and yum are package maintenance tools.
    To be successful here you should read all of the following.
    ForumRules
    ForumFAQ
    If you are new to Back|Track
    Back|Track Wiki
    Failure to do so will probably get your threads deleted or worse.

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