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As I posted on an Adobe forum post the reason is the following: The installation tries to access /usr/libexec/Plistbuddy but the correct spelling is /usr/libexec/PlistBuddy. You can execute the following commands in a terminal to solve the problem and successfully complete the installation: cd /usr/libexec sudo ln -s PlistBuddy Plistbuddy
Verify the authenticity of the disk image using either MD5 or SHA1 checksum. Here are both for the latest Adobe Flash Player disk image at time of writing: MD5 faa46444c70d6b21fcad27472d1684c7 SHA1 9a0af6e02e13fe00d2f4a72d6cc54797eadae20d To find the MD5/SHA1 of your download, run the following Terminal commands: openssl md5 /path/to/dmg openssl sha1 ...
Unfortunately, if you're going to trust Adobe and their distribution of the Flash plugins, this is what you're going to get. Many users are now removing Flash and trusting Google to keep the plugins current in Chrome, but this has the same level of security through obscurity. If you're serious about these updates, you could close the window and go directly ...
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