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Ubuntu updating flash

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Ubuntu 10.x and 11.x Linux OS users sometimes see a blank or black screen with Flash Player 11 when playing protected video content.

(For example, this issue occurs on services such as Amazon Instant Video.) A missing Ubuntu HAL (Hardware Abstraction Layer) module, which is not installed by default, causes this behavior.

(Watch carefully for “hal” install errors, as a damaged package install can continue to affect video playback.) If the Hardware Abstraction Layer module is missing, Flash Player still functions.

Alternatively you can install Google Chrome by downloading the file then double clicking it once it has downloaded, from there it will install in the software center.

You can check plugins status by visiting the following url: The update-flashplugin-nonfree command takes care of downloading, removing the installed Adobe Flash Plugin if it has been reported as insecure, or, if a newer suitable version is available, downloading a newer Adobe Flash Player and its installer from the Adobe download site.

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You could have a look into installing the Fresh Player Plugin.