I have finally found a browser that works best on my old machine, it is very fast, and also CPU friendly. They named it 'Dooble', I have no idea why, but I like this browser. I use Dooble version 0.07 which comes along with Ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS repositories.
I can easily navigate on the web, read my e-mail, see all images, and even copy YouTube video links to watch them in VLC player but I cannot make flash-plugin work with Dooble no matter what. I have tried to find the default folder for Dooble plugins to copy-paste the flash module(s) in there but no luck so far. Maybe someone can help me with this one?
Please don't send me to Dooble official page or tell me to upgrade to latest version because I already done these things and all I can say is that latest Dooble release (v. 1.47) is some kind of Firefox dressed in sheep clothes meaning it is no good and eats lots of resources like most of the browsers they feature nowadays.
This is the Dooble.conf file, and maybe someone can help me add an entry for flash module located in /usr/lib/flashplugin-installer/libflashplayer.so . You can find next a link to the above mentioned dooble.config file - http://i60.tinypic.com/2u7c1ua.png
It would be nice to make flash module work with Dooble 0.07, I mean it shows a video loading on YouTube (and YouTube only), but there is no video playing, just the loading screen, like in the following image, on other video websites it just tells me I must install flush-plugin, and there is no video at all:
In the end, I decided for a compromise, and I use Dooble for navigating the Internet very fast and with very few resources, and Mozilla Firefox for heavy duty Internet tasks.