Date: Mar 27, 2012

Archived Flash Player versions available for testing

The files you have downloaded here are specifically for Flash developers who are testing their movies with older Flash Players.

For normal use, please download the current version of the Flash Player, available from the Flash Player Download Center (

Adobe has made these archived players available for download at the request of the Flash developer community. Macromedia Technical Support does not provide support for the installation or use of these old players.

Before installing a different Flash Player we recommend uninstalling the currently installed Flash Player and restarting the system.

For more information on removing and installing the Flash Player, see How to uninstall the Flash plug-in and ActiveX
Control (TechNote 14157, If you previously installed a version of Flash Player for Internet Explorer,

then you may be prevented from installing an earlier version. To resolve this issue, follow the additional
instructions found in Safe versions security restrictions when installing Flash Player (TechNote kb402435,

Except as expressly provided otherwise in an agreement between you and Adobe, all players are provided "AS IS" without warranty of any kind, for testing purposes only.

Your use of these players is governed by the End User License Agreement found at

Distribution of these players is prohibited except as expressly provided otherwise in an agreement between you and Adobe.

In no event will Adobe be liable for any special, indirect or consequential damages or any damages whatsoever resulting from the loss of use, data or profits, whether in an action for breach of contract or warranty or tort (including negligence) arising out of or in connection with the information or software.

Adobe may make changes to the information, software, technical specification and at any time and without notice.

Tested with: Firefox 31.7.0esr / Flash 11.2 on OI-Hipster (FF 17.0.11esr / Flash 11.2 - fully compatible)

Thanks for Peter Tribble of Tribblix for his build of Firefox 31.0.7esr and his continual testing and contributions to society. 

Thanks to Martin Bochnig of OpenSXCE for Firefox 37 / Flash 11.2 and his continual testing and contributions to society.

Note: Also, you can soon enjoy Firefox 38.0.1esr  using the newer Youtube Flash Player 1.3.1 extension for your favorite Youtube videos!!!



Note: If you have any issues with the Flash 11.2 plugin, you can try the older Flash 10.2 or  10.3 32-bit plugins.

The following files are available for your use:

Folder: 11_2r202_223_32bit


Releases: Flash Player (32bit)

- Plugin (x86): flash_player_11_2r202_228_solaris_x86.tar.bz2
- Plugin (Sparc): flash_player11_2r202_228_solaris_sparc.tar.bz2


Decompress and untar file (try 'tar -xvfj file').

pfexec mv /usr/lib/firefox/browser/plugins/

If you are using a 64-bit Firefox build, use the 64-bit file and do: 

pfexec mv /usr/lib64/firefox/browser/plugins/

Note: If you download from the contributed mozilla repo, your plugin directory may be: /opt/sfw/lib/firefox/browser/plugins

Restart Firefox.

Test Youtube video link


If you have issues with video, refresh your web page.