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Could be related to the change youtube recently made to HTML5 videos by default. Early February if I remember correctly. Related Article: Youtube Says Goodbye to Flash Note: Would have posted as a comment not an answer but don't yet have the rep for it
On debian and its derivatives, this includes Ubuntu, the Icecast webroot is in: /usr/share/icecast2/web Just putting the file there should make things work.
Seems like you don't have flash installed or just need a later version. You can install flash by opening the Ubuntu Software Center (on the launcher to the left and looks like a shopping bag) , search for "flash" then install the "Adobe Flash plug-in". Once you have installed the plugin restart your browser and flash applications should be working fine. ...
As Adobe Flash Player states only Chrome and Chromium browsers support verions of flash later than 11.2. So I guess you'll have to install Chrome or Chromium. I am using Chromium 39 from the standard repositories plus the pepperflashplugin. Start the Ubuntu Software Centre and search for "Chromium Web Browser", click the result to select it and click ...
What version of flash do you need to upgrade to? Unforunately the Adobe Flash Player about page states that only only Chrome/ium supports versions of flash higher than 11.2. You could have a look into installing the Fresh Player Plugin. I haven't used this so I'm not 100% certain it will work for you. As a last resort you can install Chromium from the ...
Try using html5 player on youtube. You can set your preference on youtube.com/html5.
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