Solved: Re: Can't install flashplugin.nonfree. ERROR: wget failed to download
Thanks for your help.
It was just that I needed to apt-get install as root, not sudo apt-get.
The following command
# apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree
worked just fine.
$ sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree
failed because the invoked script probably did not have the write permission
for a certain directory.
This is a little bit confusing for a newbie like me.
But, anyway, I can now see the videos on youtube.
I appreciate the help by everyone.
2012/4/30, Johan Grönqvist <email@example.com>:
> 2012-04-30 07:46, Han Soo Chang skrev:
>>> If you try fetching it with wget:
>>> does it produce an error message?
>> This is the message I get.
>> I am inside a corporate LAN with a proxy server whose address is
>> Cannot write to `fp10.sha512.amd64.pgp.asc' (Permission denied).
> As Curt wrote, it seems that you can not write the output file.
> To verify that it is not network related:
> tries tio fetch and write to file, which does not work, as you tried
> -O -" will try to fetch the file and print it to standard output, so
> that you see it on screen. I expect that to work without problems.
> Is this a special setup with special write permissions?
> My interpretation is that the installation scripts fails to write a file
> that it wants to save to disc for later use.
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