Do you want to install adobe reader and adobe flash player on your Linux system?. Great, as you know that by default adobe reader is not installed on your Ubuntu system. But if you are hardcore adobe pdf reader fan then you can easily install this pdf reader using the Debian package as well as using Wine software.
Now, talking about adobe flash player, basically adobe flash player is used to play games and stream audio, video multimedia. You can easily install adobe flash player using Ubuntu Software Center. Just have a glance at this article to know how to install adobe pdf reader and adobe flash player in Ubuntu 14.04.
Steps to install adobe pdf reader:
Step 1: First go to adobe’s official website and download the Debian package for Adobe pdf reader. After your package gets download, then you may see a new window pops open which is basically deb package file of Adobe Reader. Click on “Ok” button in order to open with Ubuntu software center by default, as shown in the image below.
Step 2: Now, under Ubuntu software center, click on install button as marked in the image below.
Step 3: Type your Ubuntu’s password when prompted. Basically, when you install any package, then you’ve to authenticate that package.
Step 4: You can also install Adobe Reader executable file in Linux operating system using wine software (wine software is used to install windows based program in Linux operating system).
Step 5: Now, go to system tray and traverse to “All Applications” option. Under, ‘all applications’ you’ll see an adobe reader icon as shown in the image below. Just click on it to open.
Step 6: Click on “Accept” button after reading all the terms and conditions.
Step 7: Finally, your adobe pdf reader is installed on your system. Now, you can enjoy your pdf viewing experience same as Windows.
Steps to install adobe flash player:
Step 1: First, go to your unity dash and click on “Ubuntu software center” as shown in the image below.
Step 2: Under, ubuntu software center search for “Adobe Flash”. You’ll see the adobe flash plugin. Just click on Install button to proceed further.
Step 3: Provide your system password when prompted. When you install and remove any software in Ubuntu, then you have to provide your system password in order to authenticate the process.
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