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I switched over to Linux from Windows, but now when I try to play Zynga poker it doesn't work right. I can only play there if I run Windows in a Virtual Machine and play from there, but it's kind of slow. I read somewhere that people were able to solve this problem by installing the SeaMonkey browser in their system. I tried that but it doesn't work either. Flash is already installed.

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Have you installed Flash? Which distro are you using?

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Flash is already installed. Using Ubuntu 10.04. Flash works, it's just that some things don't show. –  tony_sid Jul 29 '10 at 19:52
    
So you have Ubuntu? –  User Jul 29 '10 at 19:54
    
Have you tried going to the Ubuntu Software Center and searching for Flash to see if it is installed. Ubuntu is not pre-installed with Flash. –  User Jul 29 '10 at 19:55
    
I already installed Flash because I can see Flash on other websites. I can see Flash on the website but not everything works. –  tony_sid Jul 30 '10 at 4:38

I was also having the same problem. When I run the command the following command in terminal then it says "flashplugin-installer is already the newest version". But in Firefox I was unable to play poker.

Command which I ran in terminal:

sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer

Then I followed this YouTube video.

And now I seamlessly can play in Ubuntu too.

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I believe it might be better to summarize what the video tells instead of just pointing to it. See "How do I write a good answer?". –  Sami Laine Aug 3 at 9:05

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