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Jokes aside, only Adobe Flash 10.3 works for me. As Adobe put it, the patched Flash 10.3 is for those who are unable to update to 11.2
Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU, cfdisk . I'm a to the Slack (as of two days ago), and I was , not getting anywhere with getting a working Flash player (tried the SlackBuild, tried the manual install, thought about trying the ol' "throw money at it" trick, but this isn't MS Lose). 10.3 works for me though, and that's a start on it.
I have Mageia 1 installed on 2 systems. I had a system update afterwards one machine the flash player did not work in firefox or chromium. The only way to get it to work was download the rpm file from the abode site. The site said it was 220.127.116.11, but after it was downloaded the file was 10.3.183.18. this works.
Searching with google etc other poeple have had this problem too.
The system it works on has an nvidia card with the driver, the other one has an s3 card.