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Upgrading from Gnome shell 3.10 to 3.14 is highly risky. Things may break. Only if you are sure/patient, then continue. Or else its better to stick with your version Saying that, this is the procedure (I tried on Ubuntu Gnome and it worked after fixing lots of things. ) 1)First upgrade to Gnome 3.12 - ...


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I had the same problem, and instead of fixing it with the GUI, I simply did sudo apt-get remove flashplugin-installer and sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer from Terminal. The problem was that my internet connection was unstable, but after doing this a couple times I got the entire file downloaded and installed.


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It's the same with version 11.2.202.418, I updated adobe flash and the problem appeared. I fixed it by reinstalling the version 11.2.202.233


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Amazon, HBO Go, and Xfinity all use silverlight, not flash, for their videos. My solution is to install PlayOnLinux, and run Firefox through wine. Then, install silverlight in the same prefix as Firefox. You have to use the wine version of firefox for these sites, but it works decently well. The automatic video quality usually sets the quality really ...


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Same issue here even after updating the drivers. I am seeing it on Windows though. Have not installed Linux yet.


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I suppose someone gave you a fully bootable working version of Ubuntu without installer on a pen drive and you used that to actually ask this question, right? ;-) Well, just download the latest and greatest LTS (Long Time Support) version of Ubuntu which you can find here: http://www.ubuntu.com/download/desktop And then go to the dash (the left-most upper ...


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to install ubuntu from a pen drive you need to make it bootable: from windows use rufus from linux unetbootin (these are specific softwares made for this reason); then starting up your pc you should enter the BOOT MENU (usually you should press either F10 or canc button while booting), choose try ubuntu and you're done_


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download https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9q26mDpDIZoQ1lxRmlDNVIzVW8/view?usp=sharing (flashplugin-installer_10.3.183.90ubuntu0.10.04.5_amd64.deb) and install it, add --allow-outdated-plugins to chrome startup command properties, go to chrome://plugins click details on the right, disable PPAPI version of flash and youtube playback is flawless again in ...


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Possible Solution: Annotations are working properly in Chromium: sudo apt-get install chromium-browser More info about the problem: Today I noticed I have this same problem. The annotations on my videos and on other user's videos were visible, now they are all gone. I want to add a few details that might help: When I edit the annotations on my videos ...


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Your intuition is correct, there should not be a significant performance problem in the case of an XBMC box. If you think about it, this is almost exactly what the Raspberry Pi does, although technically it uses an SD card rather than a USB drive.


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I've dealt with this before. There appears to be a difference between the Flash plugin that is installed within the browser, and the one that works better. (This also seems to resolve the issue of videos spontaneously stopping and restarting themselves in Firefox and Chrome.) I recommend using Synaptic to check this, but the instructions below are for the ...


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You have to install Pepper flash plugin, to do that run this command: sudo update-pepperflashplugin-nonfree


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Try LIBGL_DRI3_DISABLE=1 google-chrome --ignore-gpu-blacklist if you end up here looking for a solution on a version affected by a LibGL DRI bug on Linux.


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I had the same problem, which happened after an update of the flash plugin. To fix it, I disabled the flash plugin by: ~$ mv ~/.macromedia{,~} which moves away the entire macromedia directory, thus rendering it invisible for firefox. Something in there crashed Firefox.


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I have had same problem, and you could try enter in the terminal this: sudo apt-get autoremove pepperflashplugin-nonfree sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree sudo apt-get install pepper teacup and it might work fine this way.


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try removing flash and re-install in some occasions, it has worked for me, with ubuntu 10.04 and ubuntu 14.04


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Could it be that you have Intel graphics? Then you might be experiencing this bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/debian/+bug/1371834 A workaround is to use chrome or chromium version 37 or lower or kernel 3.17 or higher. Other workarounds are different options when starting chrome. See more in the bug thread and in the thread I link to in my comment #11.


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Have you already tried Ubuntu's advanced boot options? When booting the DVD, press any key when the keyboard and the little guy are on the bottom of the screen. Especially note the function key [F4] modes: I would start trying the following video modes: 771 (800x600) 775 (1280×1024) All of the video modes for Linux are in this excellent Wikipedia ...


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I believe that you are getting this error message in browser. Regarding this kindly check whether previous version of adobe is available and try uninstalling it and also remove the dependencies from the installation location and try reinstalling it using the below command. sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer If above not working then just ...


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You can search and download using youtube-dl. All you need to do is provide the search terms in the link, like so: youtube-dl -f bestaudio 'https://www.youtube.com/results?search_sort=video_view_count&filters=video&search_query="SEARCH TERM(S) HERE"' Since that brings up all videos with the search term either in the title or the description ...


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I found something that says Google's Chrome Browser should do the job (using a "pepper-based version"), and for Chromium there is an ppa. There is no need to add a PPA to your software sources to install Pepper Flash Player 15 in the latest version of Chromium web browser from the Ubuntu Software Center, which is Chromium 38. The latest version of ...


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I had the same issue. I installed Google Chrome and it worked on sites where flash player wasn't working before.


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Based on help from Volodya and user7134, this helped me: run Chrome try to play sound, e.g. run any youtube clip run pavucontrol app from command line why youtube playing check Chromium part on playback tab and uncheck muted sound


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Open a terminal, go to the directory where you extracted the file(s). Open the file, ex: nano <file-you-want-to-execute> Does the file start with #!/bin/bash or something of the similar? If so it is a bash script and that would be run by invoking ./<file-you-want-to-execute>. Is it a .deb file? Then run it by: sudo dpkg -i ...


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Sorry my answer was so wrong the first time. If it it is a tar.gz package you need to install it. To do so please follow this tutorial: How do I install a .tar.gz (or .tar.bz2) file? The first thing you need to do is extracting it in a folder: Extract to desktop, it will be easier. Just place the file in the desktop and the right clic it and select ...


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You can install Chromium web browser together with the Pepper Flash Player (that also comes with Google Chrome) in Ubuntu 14.04 and onward (but not in Ubuntu 12.04) from the Ubuntu Software Center. Open the Ubuntu Software Center and search for Pepper Flash Player. If a more recent version of Pepper Flash Player has been released and you want to update ...


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You can install Chromium web browser together with the Pepper Flash Player in Ubuntu 14.04 and onward (but not in Ubuntu 12.04) from the Ubuntu Software Center. Open the Ubuntu Software Center and search for Pepper Flash Player. If a more recent version of Pepper Flash Player has been released and you want to update Pepper Flash Player to the latest ...


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You can install flash player for Chromium by following the instructions over here: First make sure you have enabled Multiverse software repository. For that, Open "Software & Updates" and then check the multiverse software repository. Then install flash player either from terminal using the commmand **sudo update-pepperflashplugin-nonfree --install ** ...


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I poked around at this. Unfortunately, you need i386 binaries for all the dependencies. There's quite a list of these, and you even need to install the GTK+2 binaries, which are generally bad. As well, the Linux launcher has a crash issue and crashes every time you try and use it, on 14.04. This renders it unusable. However, I had found another option. ...


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This helped me: sudo rm /var/lib/update-notifier/package-data-downloads/* sudo rm /var/lib/update-notifier/user.d/data-downloads-failed*


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Google Chrome 35 onwards does not support java plugin.(as of 4 november 2014) If you want to use java on browser either use Mozilla Firefox or downgrade Chrome to 34 version(backup your bookmarks and settings). To enable java in browser, install java by copy and pasting following commands one by one sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java -y sudo ...


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Self-answer (of a sort)... Uninstalled gnome-do while in a Fluxbox session and now I can open gnome-descended sessions without issue...which sucks because that's about the only thing that makes the Unity interface useful. So back to cinnamon for now.


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Do this on another computer with Internet connection: How do I make Chromium use Flash from Google Chrome? Summary: PC Internet: install Google Chrome PC Internet: Copy the file to an USB stick PC NoInternet: Copy the file from the USB stick to: /usr/lib/chromium-browser/plugins/ You need root rights for this (you could use sudo nautilus to open a root ...


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If nothing works ... Download Google chrome .deb file from google ,it includes adobe flash player in it . http://www.google.com/chrome/


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Adobe has a tiny remark on their site: Note: Ubuntu Linux requires libhal (Hardware Abstraction Layer). Install hal to play the protected content. This brought me to http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2013/10/fixing-amazon-prime-streaming-drm-protected-flash-13-10. By following the instructions at the bottom of the page I installed libhal and my Flash problems ...


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Have you downloaded flashplugin-installer? If not, try this, sudo apt-add-repository "deb http://archive.canonical.com/ $(lsb_release -sc) partner" sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer Hope this helps!



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