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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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It is from the flash I got 24Gb of RAM and got stuck with the same problem. I will try to find any solutions and come back with an answer for you ... any way for youtube is quite simple just switch to html5 player: Just visit this page https://www.youtube.com/html5 after you login to youtube and change your default player to html5 player.


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The problem is that apple has a proprietary boot manager. When you installed to your USB drive, Ubuntu tried to make some changers to the boot manager, which Apple happily ignored. Here's what you need to do: Boot into OSX. If you are working with an apple machine, DO NOT run this in anything but OSX. Download rEFInd. You can find it on sourceforge. ...


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Try following Command one by one in terminal sudo apt-get update --fix-missing sudo dpkg --configure -a sudo apt-get install -f If this wasn't fix the problem try this sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop


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Although similar, the pepper flash that comes with chrome is different than the one that is installed from the repos (adobe-flashplugin, or sth like that). I know there is a way to tell firefox to use chrome's but I've never looked into that so not sure if that is your case. Sadly when it comes to flash I think other than checking you are in the latest ...


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


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In chrome, type chrome:plugins in the address bar to open the Plug-ins page and on the Plug-ins page that appears, find the "Flash" listing. To enable Adobe Flash Player, click the Enable link under its name. To disable Adobe Flash Player completely, click the Disable link under its name. Source: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/108086?hl=en


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As @AE indicates you can turn off hardware acceleration in chrome in the settings by chrome://settings/ -> 'advanced settings' -> untick 'use hardware acceleration' and restart chrome. I In Firefox It's here: A restart may be required here as well.


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I have found a solution just download an app called (YouTube™ Flash® Player) from the firefox store It will automatically/force youtube to play with flash player not HTML5.


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In the end I used LinuxLive USB Creator www.linuxliveusb.com/ and it worked perfectly


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Open Terminal (ctrl+alt+T), then type this command: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade Afterwards, restart your PC and it should work.


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Run: sudo update-pepperflashplugin-nonfree --install If this doesn’t work you may need to manually configure Chromium. With Chromium fully closed/exited, run the following command in a Terminal to launch the appropriate file in a text editor: sudo gedit /etc/chromium-browser/default Add the following line at the end on a new line: . ...


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Thanks your manual install fixed my problem. It shouldn't be too hard to script this. I'm running Chromium Version 37.0.2062.120 on a Debian 7.1 fork. I have a somewhat different problem. If I install pepperlfash, apt-get removes chromium & chromium-browser: The following packages will be REMOVED: chromium chromium-browser The following NEW packages ...


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It seemed as though Ubuntu 14.04 did not want to install the APT package from adobe with ubuntu software center. I uninstalled and installed/upgraded with synaptic and apt-get as well and got no joy. I was able to: sudo dpkg -i Downloads/adobe-flashplugin_11.2.202.442-0trusty1_i386.deb with the .deb referenced here previously and go 'round the problem and ...


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Open a terminal and execute the following commands: Install Flash Player for Firefox sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer Update Flash Player for Firefox sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade Install Flash Player for Chromium sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree sudo update-pepperflashplugin-nonfree Resource : ...


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You can download and update it from Adobe website : http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ or download flash player 11.2.202.442 debian package : http://www.ubuntuupdates.org/package/canonical_partner/trusty/partner/base/adobe-flashplugin


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Install ubuntu-restricted-extras sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras You need to reinstall Microsoft true type core fonts.first remove ttf-mscorefonts -installer as sudo apt-get remove ttf-mscorefonts-installer then reinstall sudo apt-get install ttf-mscorefonts-installer and accept Microsoft's license using tab and enterduring install. ...


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I don't think forcing an insecure version of Flash is really the answer you want. Firefox is disabling it for a very good reason: Your alarm might not go off at all if somebody hacks your computer through Flash and encrypts your documents for ransom. Why not install Alarm Clock or use something like Evolution's calendar and alarm functions? Both will work ...


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The problem is explained here: https://blocklist.addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/blocked/p796 The plugin for Linux is not safe :(


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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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An alternative to Chrom(e/ium) with Pepper Flash is to use the Windows Flash plugin under a special edition of Wine (which stays separate from any other Wine you might have installed) via a package called Pipelight. I've got this installed on two Kubuntu 14.04 systems and it works very well -- and supports many more plugins than just Flash. It works with ...


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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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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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For me, changing from the AMD fglrx to the xserver-xorg-video-ati driver in driver management helped. Unfortunately other software doesn't like xserver-xorg so meanwhile I am using rekonq or konqueror which seems not to be lagging.


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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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First, you can try unplugging and plugging the device back in. Also, i've noticed sometimes the device doesn't mount until I click on the device in thunar (or nautilus). First, open the file manager (nautilus, thunar, whatever) and click on the device icon down on the left to mount the device. To manually mount a device, open a terminal and type the ...


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Jabba Laci made this script to extract station URLs. I don't understand it (if you do please explain it) but he used to get di.fm urls seen here.


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Open Firefox, go to Tools, go to Addons. Click on that list Adobe Flash, click dropdown menu and change Always ask to Always start. Now when you on Omegle or other flash based webcam chat etc., your cam WILL IMMEDIATELY open, without asking allow/no. If you don't want that "black screen" see you, just block web cam at start until you are sure you want to ...


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Simply type: about:permissions into the address bar. This should pop up a window where you can choose these permissions. Thanks hope this helps.


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The system won't be able to see the updated flash until you log out and back in. Doing that should take care of it.


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Just do this sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer


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Despite what was said on Ubuntu wiki and here to simply install flash on Chromium by pepperflashplugin-nonfree package; I was forced to manually copy the pepperflash plugin file from Google chrome to chromium in the way expounded here : Download Google Chrome and extract libpepflashplayer.so from /opt/google/chrome/PepperFlash in the Chrome deb file ...


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Disabling hardware acceleration in Chrome settings is the workaround I'm using for now. After disabling hardware acceleration, full-screen videos work fine.


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The solution suggested by @Jordan Koplowicz is precise. Elaborate discussion about the same can be found in the link he has posted. There's another way out. Not a solution as such, but it works well. You can run any video in Firefox. After making it full screen it does not collapse. I got this from the link @Jordan Koplowicz has Shared and it works fine for ...


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im sorry to hear this, ;< im very sorry but you can not get unity WP for linux/ubuntu/gentu/etc. you can not get unity WP for linux, not even with wine. if you want to watch anime ( i hope these are the cartoons you are watching you can watch them at this website but it will only work with firefox. if you go to the ubuntu software centre and search "flash ...



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