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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


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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.


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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. ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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Try using html5 player on youtube. You can set your preference on youtube.com/html5.



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