If you're like me, using Epiphany, the GNOME browser, the latest update to Adobe's Flash disabled flash in your favorite browser.
I'm assuming you already downloaded and installed the latest flash from your distro's repository. Then all you have to do is point the browser to the right directory so it will use the newly installed version of flash.
So open your terminal and type:
$ nspluginwrapper -v -a -i
Test your browser plugins. Open Epiphany and play videos or go to Youtube.
It should be working now.
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