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and copy that file to your ~/.mozilla/plugins dir. It has the same result that installing it as a regular user.
Maybe when you installed it as root, the file went to /root/.mozilla/plugins, which is not what you wanted (right?). If you want the plugin to be available globally (for all the users on that machine) check where the global plugins dir is, and put it over there. It's on /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins in Debian, may differ according to your distro.
When you install adobe flash player from root. They was installed (I think) with OWNER = root, and run then then probably can only OWNER. So you have to check rights for that files. If you have MC (midnight commander), go to that dir, choose file and from upper menu in the FILE tab choose "chmod" and check how can execute them.
May be you need to copy them you your home directory, but where Firefox will find them and then change permissions. Add "execute/search by others"