"flash" cannot be installed in Midori
Currently if you go to a website using flash (ie youtube) you are told to go to Adobe webiste to download it. When doing that and selecting the Ubuntu version, the apt link is automatically opened but the Software Center gives a "not found" error on the “adobe-flashplugin” package.
Searching for "flash" in the software center gives "flashplugin-
There are really three distinct bugs in this report, I wasn't sure if I had to file three bug reports or just one under the "flash doesn't work" blanket.
- you are told to go to adobe.com to download flash but elementary OS is not listed on their website. There should be a warning on the page using flash advising to go get the flash plugin in the software center.
- If people still go to adobe.com to get their flash, there should be a dummy “adobe-flashplugin” package redirecting to the correct package.
- Midori should check wherever the flash packages installs its plugin to use it instead of having the user manually inputing the location.
All this was done using the live-cd.
- "flash" doesn't work out of the box in Midori
+ "flash" cannot be installed in Midori
|Changed in elementaryos:|
|status:||New → Invalid|