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Posted: Apr 30, 2011 7:06:06 am

This is more of a request than suggestion. I'm impressed with CTKArch, but would like to be able to add Flash for listening to music on Amazon Cloud or watching Hulu or YouTube. I understand not wanting to add weight to CTKArch, but would it be possible to make an "add-on" package with Flash? Or is it my ignorance that keeps me from installing Flash?

Either way, thanks for CTKArch. I used it to fix my son's malware infested Windows XP computer. (I had to reinstall XP, but at least with CTKArch I was able to save his files).

Please ignore the above. I found that I could go into Arora and that would let me download Flash, then I extracted libflashplayer.so, made a directory (~/.mozilla/plugins) and copied libflashplayer.to there. Flash works fine now. Now I can give CTKArch a real test. Thanks again.
Posted: May 03, 2011 7:58:56 pm

You could use the package manager!

pacman -S flashplugin

And you're done.
Remember, we're on a distribution, which means everything is ready to download and install automatically using pacman.
Posted: Mar 13, 2012 4:58:52 pm

Hi, i'm new to CTKArch and installed it yesterday but it seams that flashplugin doesn't exist anymore and tried with yaourt -S flashplugin but that only gives me errors, so what can i do?

Also i don't want to create a new thread just to ask this one question, so i'll do it here instead. I'm a bit confused over how to update the system, should i use pacman or yaourt and what is the proper command to use, is it yaourt -Syua as the ArchWiki says or what is the best approach?

TIA and great work i love this setup and been using ArchBang lately! ;)
Posted: Mar 16, 2012 4:13:26 pm

yaourt -S flashplugin should work just fine, provided you're properly connected and can access arm.konnichi.com through Internet.

See here about updates : ctkarch.org/forum/viewtopic.php?id=5&t_id=17

[edit] Flash is not necessary to read youtube/dailymotion/vimeo videos as of now. Update ctkarch and enjoy HTML5 in Midori!
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