To share your screen or documents in an Adobe Connect room, first install the Connect Add-in. Previously, the Add-in was only available to Windows and Mac OS users. But with Adobe Connect 8, Adobe has extended support to Linux via Ubuntu. At this time, Ubuntu version 10.04 (or Lucid Lynx) is the only supported version of Linux.

To verify that your Ubuntu version supports the Add-in, select System, and then click About Ubuntu. 

About Ubuntu

If the Ubuntu version listed is 10.04, as in the screenshot above, proceed with the installation.

  1. Install Adobe Flash Player version 10.x if you have not done so already. The installation procedure is listed on the Flash Player 10 website at  www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/productinfo/instructions/#section-3. Follow the .deb installation instructions.
  2. Open a browser, log in to Connect, and navigate to the Resources section. Click Getting Started, and then click Downloads. 
  3. Save to a location you can remember.
  4. Double-click ConnectAddin.deb.
  5. Follow the onscreen installer instructions.
  6. Go to Flash Player Settings or right-click on any instance of Flash Player.
  7. Click Global Security Settings Panel.
  8. In the Global Security Settings Panel, select Always Allow.
  9. Reenter the meeting URL into your browser. The Add-in automatically launches and you join the meeting.
  10. If the Add-in does not launch, close all browsers and relaunch the meeting in a new browser session.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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