How do I install Adobe Flash Player on Ubuntu 11.04 64-Bit Edition?
I was asking this question to myself a couple of hours ago. Took some heavy googling to find an easy way out.
It tried doing it the manual way but it was simply frustrating. Adobe simply does not provide an easy way to accomplish it.
Thankfully, they do offer a beta version of Adobe Flash Player 64bit that works fine for me now.
These three commands might save you a lot of headache. They did for me!
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sevenmachines/flash
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install flashplugin64-installer
The new font is bloody awesome! It shows the new Indian Rupee Sign. I am not sure if this alone would excite the Indian government to go open-source but it should.
Cannot wait to install it on my machine!
A discussion was going on at the India Broadband Forum.
A user claimed that software installation on Windows is easier than on Linux.
Canonical is probably the last sane Linux company that still has the guts to provide free OS CDs with every release.
I am now using Google Chrome on all the three platforms it is available on.
Having used it for a couple of days now, I can safely say that it is THE best Linux distribution I have ever used. It’s FAST and it works!