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TL;DR version:

I am on Linux, manual downloads gives me v11.2.202.577, official repo gives me

Is my copmuter brokened and how do I fix it?

I'm trying to update Flash for Linux using my OS's package manager, and it fails to provide me an up-to-date version (up-to-date as in the 11.2 version tree, I know Flash for Windows latest version is 21, I expected dnf to provide me with Flash

If I visit the official download page, I can download the binary for, so Adobe is still offering 11.2 backports. But the repo apparently is stuck at

Detailed version

Performing dnf update --verbose gets me:

cachedir: /var/cache/dnf
Loaded plugins: migrate, noroot, debuginfo-install, Query, download, protected_packages, reposync, config-manager, builddep, system-upgrade, copr, playground, needs-restarting, generate_completion_cache
DNF version: 1.1.6

(... other repos ...)

repo: using cache for: adobe-linux-x86_64
not found deltainfo for: Adobe Systems Incorporated
not found updateinfo for: Adobe Systems Incorporated
repo: using cache for: rpmfusion-free
not found deltainfo for: RPM Fusion for Fedora 22 - Free
not found updateinfo for: RPM Fusion for Fedora 22 - Free

(... other repos ...)

repo: using cache for: updates
Russian Fedora for Fedora 22 - Free - Updates                                                                                 123 kB/s | 140 kB     00:01    


adobe-linux-x86_64: using metadata from Tue Mar  1 17:13:54 2016.
rpmfusion-free: using metadata from Wed Aug  5 09:49:43 2015.


updates: using metadata from Sun Apr  3 18:07:09 2016.


Last metadata expiration check performed 0:00:00 ago on Mon Apr  4 15:02:47 2016.
Completion plugin: Generating completion cache...
--> Starting dependency resolution
---> Package bind-libs.x86_64 32:9.10.3-8.P3.fc22 will be upgraded
---> Package bind-libs.x86_64 32:9.10.3-9.P4.fc22 will be an upgrade


---> Package chromium.x86_64 1:49.0.2623.108-1.fc22.R will be upgraded
---> Package chromium.x86_64 1:49.0.2623.110-1.fc22.R will be an upgrade
---> Package chromium-libffmpeg.x86_64 1:49.0.2623.108-1.fc22.R will be upgraded
---> Package chromium-libffmpeg.x86_64 1:49.0.2623.110-1.fc22.R will be an upgrade


--> Finished dependency resolution
Dependencies resolved.

Performing dnf clean all and then dnf update causes a lot of data fetching to occur, including from the adobe repo, but it still displays the same date (Mar 1 17):

Adobe Systems Incorporated                                                                                                    3.1 kB/s | 1.8 kB     00:00    
not found deltainfo for: Adobe Systems Incorporated
not found updateinfo for: Adobe Systems Incorporated

adobe-linux-x86_64: using metadata from Tue Mar 1 17:13:54 2016.

Repository details

$ cat /etc/yum.repos.d/adobe-linux-x86_64.repo 
name=Adobe Systems Incorporated

http://linuxdownload.adobe.com/ gives me 404

http://linuxdownload.adobe.com/linux/x86_64/repodata/repomd.xml is:

  <data type="other">
    <location href="repodata/other.xml.gz"/>
    <checksum type="sha">8a3454cf049cac24d0cec354d129ab89b4fdf5ce</checksum>
    <open-checksum type="sha">7745898d3eddf4692293413d8a29cb9e3ffcd843</open-checksum>
   <data type="filelists">
        <location href="repodata/filelists.xml.gz" />
        <checksum type="sha">7b54b465547eb400102607b9d22922bb52d52705</checksum>
        <open-checksum type="sha">21eab3d4f0f8b03c642c71e544772e70957a5718</open-checksum>
    <data type="primary">
      <location href="repodata/primary.xml.gz"/>
        <checksum type="sha">b42e0ca15e52334cd62d04fe95ffbc4547f13641</checksum>
          <open-checksum type="sha">3e36f0867eece5ee02a3040b78160ed271e9ee69</open-checksum>

Interestingly, 1456863234 Unix Time is Tue, 01 Mar 2016 20:13:54 GMT and 01 Mar 2016 17:13:54 BRT

Detailed details

I'm running Firefox on Fedora 23 and I've been getting the security alert for an outdated Flash version for quite a few days now:

enter image description here

If I open the about:plugins page, I get the following information (notice the part where it says (STATE_VULNERABLE_UPDATE_AVAILABLE):

Shockwave Flash

Arquivo: libflashplayer.so
Caminho: /usr/lib64/mozilla/plugins/libflashplayer.so
Shockwave Flash 11.2 r202

Visiting the about:addons page also shows me a security alert:

enter image description here

Clicking the "Update now" link opens https://blocklist.addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/blocked/p1138, which states "Flash Player Plugin on Linux to (...) have been blocked on March 18, 2016" and has a link to the Mozilla Plugin Check page.

That page also says I have Flash 11.2 r202 ( and displays an "update" button linking to http://www.adobe.com/go/getflashplayer. enter image description here

The Adobe Flash Player download page says the latest version is It correctly detects I'm on Linux 64-bit pt-br Firefox, and offers me a few download choices.

If I choose .rpm, it allows me to download the binaries in an .rpm package. I do, howeber, prefer to use the package manager (in my case. dnf with a yum compatibility) to get my updates.

If I download the "YUM package" and rpm -i the file, it says I already have it installed. Removing adobe-release-x86_64-1.0-1.noarch and then reinstalling the file produces the same result.

marked as duplicate by That Brazilian Guy, DavidPostill, Community Apr 5 '16 at 15:36

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    Adobe removed support for Linux version of flash about a year ago. Most users either switch to Chrome and use pepper flash, or switch to HTML 5 – Sergiy Kolodyazhnyy Apr 4 '16 at 19:11
  • @Serg Ok, then how can I download the binary for but the repo apparently is stuck at – That Brazilian Guy Apr 4 '16 at 19:16
  • get.adobe.com/flashplayer for me shows the 577 version , perfectly fine tried that ? – Sergiy Kolodyazhnyy Apr 4 '16 at 19:23
  • @Serg it shows me the same, as stated in the question. – That Brazilian Guy Apr 4 '16 at 19:24
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    What? No, I can download the package fine. I just don't want to use manual download methods, I prefer using the repositories. It's the Linux world after all, right? If I wanted manual downloads I'd have stayed on Windows! ;P – That Brazilian Guy Apr 4 '16 at 19:29

Ok, turns out the repository is providing the correct version and it's a Firefox issue. One I had already noticed more than a year ago: Firefox incorrectly detects the Flash version based on the pluginreg.dat file on the Firefox profile folder.

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