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The correct answer is here: http://askubuntu.com/a/316722/93826 To solve the issue you have to update the chromium ffmpeg codec to the extra version: sudo apt-get remove chromium-codecs-ffmpeg sudo apt-get install chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra
Adobe has long given up on releasing new versions of Flash for Linux. 11.2 will continue to receive security fixes, but no more new features. If Ninja Kingdom needs a newer version of Flash, which seems to be the case, currently your only option is to use Google Chrome with its integrated Flash player.
A true (practical usable) ubuntu (that's not a live disk) install cannot be made on a flash drive (well it can but it's quite difficult to do properly and fully functional) You can however install ubuntu on an external hard drive (you can buy those for like 25 dollars because the capacity doesn't have to be that big). First thing you do (optional but it ...
Uninstalling does not clear the browser's cache. Since nobody else has complained about having problems with the page, it's likely your cache is the problem. In order to delete Chrome's cache, follow this procedure: Click the Chrome menu button on the browser toolbar. Select Tools. Select Clear browsing data. In the dialog that appears, select Empty the ...
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