Hello Fedora Forum, I'm new to both Fedora, and these forums.
I've recently switched my desktop over to Fedora for my C++ development, but also to have a little fun. That includes YouTube and Flash games.
Since I used to use Google Chrome on my Windows side, I thought I'd use it on Fedora, so when I first installed Fedora I immediately downloaded Google Chrome and started 'surfin' the web'. When one of my peers sent me a link to YouTube, I then found that unlike on Windows, Google Chrome on Fedora doesn't come with Flash.
So I clicked on the link to the Adobe website and installed it via the .rpm. I started Google Chrome up again, and I tried to go on YouTube again, but videos still wouldn't play. So I looked around online, then I tried to install it with Yum. ("sudo yum install flash-plugin"), but to no avail.
After trying many different methods I've finally come here, the fedora forums.
So after all that, my question is: How might one install Adobe Flash on Google Chrome in Fedora 15?
If you need any information, please ask, as I said, I'm quite new to Linux in general, and even newer to Fedora.