I'm trying to implement the fixes from Adobe (as mentioned in this other question) but I'm having no success.
I'm running 64-bit 12.04. When I try the Flash test as described on this Adobe guide:
First, launch the Adobe demo video player container: http://drmtest2.adobe.com:8080/SVP/SampleVideoPlayer_FP.html
Note the Adobe Flash Player version in the lower left of the demo video shell. Make sure that indicate 11.2 or higher
Play sample protected content.
Enter the following URL in the field "Input the video URL: (case-sensitive) http://drmtest2.adobe.com:8080/Content/anonymous.f4v
Press the [Play] button at the bottom of the video container.
Well that doesn't work. From that test page, when I select the "Show DRM Events" checkbox I get "Error #3344 [MissingAdobeCPModule]", and then it just sits there and nothing plays.
I've installed the HAL (several times) and cleared out the directories from my home
.adobe directory as those instructions say, restarted Firefox, etc.
The Flash info page says "You have version 11,2,202,160 installed" and that 236 is the more up-to-date version, but I can't figure out how to install that. (I've tried, but to no avail; I just end up with 160).
So does anybody have ideas on what to do to make this work?