Ubuntu: why is there no “Adobe Flash Player” in these searches



Question:

This web page from finance.google.com or www.google.com/finance says "Adobe Flash Player" is required for interactive charts. The application called "Ubuntu Software" has a search feature. The application is in the screen shot. It shows that the search turned up no such application. enter image description here From Firefox I can click on the Add-Ons menu item, then click on "see more add-ons" and then use the search. The search shows no such product. enter image description here What is the canonical way to get this application for Firefox on Ubuntu 16.04?


Solution:1

Ubuntu Software is designed to find and install applications with graphical user interfaces at first hand.

The recommended ways to get Flash on Ubuntu are summarized on this page:

https://help.ubuntu.com/stable/ubuntu-help/net-install-flash.html

So, for Firefox, installing the flashplugin-installer package may be sufficient.

sudo apt install flashplugin-installer  

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