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http://youtube-eng.blogspot.com/2015/01/youtube-now-defaults-to-html5_27.html YouTube now will use HTML5 Video Player as the default video player. Depending on your Firefox version (I have Firefox 36.0.4 now) there is video support for HTML5 Video Player, check it at: https://www.youtube.com/html5 . And no, it's not a workaround, read the first link, ...


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Before installing ubuntu-device-flash you should ensure you have the universe archive enabled. From the Ubuntu help: Additional software repositories such as Universe and Multiverse can be enabled by uncommenting the corresponding apt lines (i.e. delete the '#' at the beginning of the line). For Universe, uncomment those lines: deb ...


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Close Chromium Install the Pepper Flash package with this command: sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree Open Chromium.


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Try installing flash with this command: sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer


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sudo apt-get remove --purge alsa-base pulseaudio indicator-sound sudo apt-get install alsa-base pulseaudio indicator-sound sudo alsa force-reload The above worked for me. I tried everything: reinstall, remove ~/.config/google-chrome, html5 audio, etc...


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I think your problem maybe coursed by adobe-flash. You can update your adobe flash plugin(https://get.adobe.com/cn/flashplayer/) or watch Youtube videos in a html5 format(recommended).(turn it on at https://www.youtube.com/html5) Hope can help you.


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The solution is this line in /etc/fstab UUID=C906-C3E4 /mnt/C906-C3E4 vfat suid,dev,exec,auto,async,rw,user,uid=1000,gid=1000,comment=x-gvfs-show,comment=x-gvfs-name=CardReader 0 0


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Pepper Flash Player is built-in with Google Chrome web browser, so it doesn't need to be installed separately. Google Chrome can play flash videos without installing any other software. Pepper Flash Player is not built-in with Chromium web browser, so it must be installed separately. Pepper Flash Player in Chromium is the same as the built-in flash player ...


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It seems to be possible due to this project: https://github.com/i-rinat/freshplayerplugin


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As far as I can tell, the latest version for Linux available at this moment is Version: 11.2.202.451 (I obtained this information from the about:plugins page in Firefox and verified at https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ ). It's entirely feasible that the update recommendations are based on the erroneous assumption that everyone is running a copy of Windows ...


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I have been experiencing the same issue, but for Chromium, because as opposed to Google-Chrome, chromium doesn't come with the proprietary pepper-flash player, Are you using Chrome or Chromium?


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For NEJM, you can right-click the video and choose "Save link as" (Firefox has to save it). If it doesn't work, you can use wget in terminal. Especially for this video, the URL is this. With wget there are two ways for downloading. The first will keep the video file name and copy it to the current directory while rhe second will change it. /path/to/file ...


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I would suggest checking your power source and HW temperature. Flash games are heavy CPU consumers, which can cause troubles with power or overheating, both resulting in reboots/halts Also look in syslog, which can contain interesting information. Check file /var/log/syslog or use Gnome log viewer...


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Alternative Way Open Totem Movie Player and press F9


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Open up a terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) Enter this command: sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree Restart Opera.


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Per RNA's advice in another post: "sudo rm /var/lib/update-notifier/user.d/data-downloads-failed fixed on 14.04". I removed this file in 12.04 LTS, no more error message on bootup, videos play just fine! Correction: next day error message came back, tried the purge method and re-installed flashplugin, error message appeared immediately.


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Per RNA's advice in another post: "sudo rm /var/lib/update-notifier/user.d/data-downloads-failed fixed on 14.04". I removed this file in 12.04 LTS, did not have to re-install flashplugin. Works now, no error message at bootup! Correction: next day error message came back, tried the purge method and re-installed flashplugin, error message appeared ...


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Here are some common article to help you out: TUTPLUS This one is actually software so should be easier. Unibootin


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Here is the official documentation on how to make a bootable flash drive on Mac.


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To me the problem occurs when I change the audio to HDMI after plug the cable and do not return to the notebook's sound card before removing the cable.



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