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Chrome as nothing to do with flash updates on Archlinux as they are separate projects altogether. This shows the current version of flashplugin on Archlinux:

 

x86_64 Extra flashplugin 11.2.202.235-1 Adobe Flash Player 2012-05-04

i686 Extra flashplugin 11.2.202.235-1 Adobe Flash Player 2012-05-04

http://www.archlinux.org/packages/?q=flash

 

Maybe your mirrors are out of sync or you are using an AUR version.

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securitybreach

That's odd...

 

root_Arch/home/vtel57:# pacman -Qi flashplugin | grep Version
error: package 'flashplugin' was not found
root_Arch/home/vtel57:# pacman -Ss flashplugin
extra/flashplugin 11.2.202.235-1
   Adobe Flash Player

 

Yup, you do not have the version from the Extra repo installed as it would say installed beside it. See:

╔═ comhack@Cerberus 08:32 AM

╚═══ ~-> pacman -Ss flashplugin

extra/flashplugin 11.2.202.235-1 [installed]

Adobe Flash Player

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V.T. Eric Layton

Well, as you know, this is the only place I use chrome:

 

Heritage_02.jpg

 

:w00t:

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This will give you the name of the version you have installed:

╔═ comhack@Cerberus 10:27 AM

╚═══ ~-> pacman -Qi `yaourt -Ss flashplugin | cut -d/ -f2 | grep ^flash | cut -d' ' -f1`

Name : flashplugin

Version : 11.2.202.235-1

URL : http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer

Licenses : custom

Groups : None

Provides : flashplayer

Depends On : mozilla-common libxt libxpm gtk2 nss curl hicolor-icon-theme

Optional Deps : libvdpau: GPU acceleration on Nvidia card

Required By : huludesktop

Conflicts With : None

Replaces : None

Installed Size : 23224.00 KiB

Packager : Evangelos Foutras

Architecture : x86_64

Build Date : Fri 04 May 2012 04:40:21 AM CDT

Install Date : Fri 04 May 2012 10:48:12 AM CDT

Install Reason : Explicitly installed

Install Script : Yes

Description : Adobe Flash Player

 

error: package 'flashplugin-10' was not found

error: package 'flashplugin-10.1' was not found

error: package 'flashplugin-beta' was not found

error: package 'flashplugin-debugger' was not found

error: package 'flashplugin-lahf-fix' was not found

error: package 'flashplugin-prerelease-debug' was not found

error: package 'flashplugin-square' was not found

error: package 'flashplugin_src' was not found

 

From post #6 tweaked: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=7179

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V.T. Eric Layton
root_Arch/home/vtel57:# pacman -Qi `yaourt -Ss flashplugin | cut -d/ -f2 | grep ^flash | cut -d' ' -f1`
error: package 'flashplugin' was not found
error: package 'flashplugin-10' was not found
error: package 'flashplugin-10.1' was not found
error: package 'flashplugin-beta' was not found
error: package 'flashplugin-debugger' was not found
error: package 'flashplugin-lahf-fix' was not found
error: package 'flashplugin-prerelease-debug' was not found
error: package 'flashplugin-square' was not found
error: package 'flashplugin_src' was not found

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V.T. Eric Layton

Come to think of it, I think I have my flashplugin manually installed in Arch just like I do in Slack. :)

 

From about:plugins in FF:

 

			File: libflashplayer.so			Version:			Shockwave Flash 11.0 r1

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securitybreach

I would suggest removing the manual installed files and running:

 

pacman -S flashplugin

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V.T. Eric Layton

Why? There aren't going to be anymore Adobe Flash updates for Linux. I may as well just stick with the one that works now. :)

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Guest LilBambi

Hmmm, when did they say that?

 

They are still showing links to various Linux installers for both 32-bit and 64-bit here and here.

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Guest LilBambi

Here we are caught up in stupid format wars ... yet again!

 

Good thing there is HTML5 and we can all say good bye to Flash!

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V.T. Eric Layton

Yup. You may have forgotten this discussion in BATL a while back --> http://forums.scotsnewsletter.com/index.php?showtopic=52633entry343607

 

That's understandable, though... you've been a busy girl lately. ;)

 

Sadly, I think HTML5 has a long way to go before we can say the last good bye to Flash. :( Better hang on to your plugins. ;)

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Ah, yes. There was something niggling in the back of my mind about this but couldn't find it right away. Thanks!

 

This is just plain laziness on Adobe's part.

 

Not everyone will be moving to Google Chrome or Iron.

 

Many of us still will use Firefox, Opera and other cross platform browsers.

 

Yep...still feel the same way. ;)

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ross549

Good thing there is HTML5 and we can all say good bye to Flash!

 

And not a moment too soon!

 

Adam

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And not a moment too soon!

 

Adam

 

Yeah but the majority of content sites still use Flash. I would be very happy if HTML5 took over but I do not think that will happen anytime soon.

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Guest LilBambi

The quicker Flash goes away, the better it will be for everyone if they are going to be that way.

 

Not everyone wants to use Chrome.

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The quicker Flash goes away, the better it will be for everyone if they are going to be that way.

 

Not everyone wants to use Chrome.

 

Well nothing has happened yet, they just mentioned requiring the "Pepper" api and Mozilla said that they would not be using the api. This has not happened and who knows with the tech world, this could change quickly.

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V.T. Eric Layton

Adobe has updated a couple more times since their announcement that they were ending flash support for Linux (other than Chrome). The latest version direct from Adobe is 11.2.202.235. :)

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