Comment 305 for bug 173890

This is not the case,

The 64bit package is still pre release and has caused problems for the majority of in experienced users installing and trying to use it. Just allow ubuntu to update the package, while long term collaberation and a solution is found.

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From: "Noel J. Bergman" <email address hidden>
Sent: Thu, 18 Dec 2008 19:56:26 -0000
To: <email address hidden>
Received: 18-Dec-2008 20:17:26 +0000
Subject: [Bug 173890] Re: flashplugin-nonfree fails to install due to md5sum mismatch

David,

> Focus should be on usability of future flash updates from an end user
standpoint

I've already made those arguments, as have others. You can see those
comments above if you read the entire set of comments.

Since the option that a user can unilaterally take *today* to work
around this problem is to manually install Flash, I am simply pointing
out that installing the 64-bit Flash means simply downloading Flash from
Adobe, opening it with the Archive Manager, and copying a single file
into a specific directory.

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flashplugin-nonfree fails to install due to md5sum mismatch
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