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Adobe dropped releasing new flash beyond 11.2 for linux. The easiest way to use new flash is to install Google Chrome. It has built-in Pepper Flash. The newest possible version. Another solution is to install pipelight. It is a plugin, which lets to use a Windows version of Adobe flash. It can be installed by running: sudo apt-add-repository ...


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Upgrading to a supported release likely will be the best solution - however if you go to https://www.youtube.com/html5 , you should be able to enable the HTML5 player: This does not need flash installed, though you will need a recent enough version of Firefox, and probably the needed video codecs.


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Chances are the system BIOS is not liking the way Ubuntu is running on your system. You might need to make a grub modification to make Suspend/Sleep/Hibernate work properly with the BIOS. The idea would be to make it think that it is a Windows system. To do this, you need to modify the grub default file. Open a terminal window and type in: sudo nano ...


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type this in a command prompt: LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libv4l1.so.0 chromium-browser this is tailored for 64bit. command for 32bit is different. Probably like this: LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libv4l/v4l1compat.so chromium-browser Same for firefox, by replacing "chromium-browser" in the previous command with "firefox"


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Adobe Flash player support and updates for linux platform has been stopped. Therefore you might experience some problems. As an alternative you should disable Flash plugin. Press CTRL+SHIFT+A Go to the PLUGIN section, and disable Shockwave flash player. Reload the Youtube video. Now It will use HTML 5 player to play it. I hope HTML5 ...


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Go to Adobe's website and download the 64-bit Flash player for Linux (the .tar.gz one). Decompress the file. Get libflashplayer.so from it. Copy it to the following location: ~/.mozilla/plugins/. The tilde stands for your home directory. Restart Superbird. It should now work. Don't ask me why it uses Mozilla's directory, even though Superbird is ...


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I figured out the problem. It wasn't a software problem. I have bluetooth headphones and when they are paired and i suspend the system with them still paired, they cause this issue when the system is awake. When i unpair them and then play the same video, it plays flawlessly


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well first, you need to go to ubuntu.com and download ubuntu, 32 or 64 bit (based on your computer age), then download the universal usb installer from pendrivelinux.com. then run the application and browse for the .iso file,for example, ubuntu14.10desktop.ISO or something like that. then install to flash drive. after finished, 1: turn off computer 2: ...


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You don't necessarily need to ditch flash you could install google Chrome to chromium chrome from Googles web site and it has flash built in. Or you could install the adobe flash plugin from the Ubuntu software center for free just type flash or adobe flash and you will find it. Hope this helps.


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The Android version of the phone needs to be repartitioned before Ubuntu can be installed on it. You can follow How to Install Ubuntu on bq Aquaris e4.5, to get your phone configured such that you can flash Ubuntu onto it with ubuntu-device-flash.


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Quoted from here It will ultimately require two: Gnash and Lightspark. The two projects cover different versions of the Flash specification; Gnash is the more mature project, and supports Flash content up to version 8. Version 9 of Flash debuted sporting a rewritten version of ActionScript based on an entirely different virtual machine model; ...


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Just a post for anyone who is interested. I ended up upgrading and re-installing v4.10 of Ubuntu. As soon as I did this the video acceleration in YouTube and Flash worked a treat. I have now upgraded further to v15.04, this version also works a treat for video playback on 4K. My recommendation based on my experience is that you DO NOT install the AMD ...


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Try to Install it from here. If that didn't work just search in Software Center.


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So that you may retain your ubuntu specific firefox and flashplugin installation for purposes other than running that particular game, I suggest you install the windows version of firefox and adobe flashplugin using wine. To do this, run the following commands in an open terminal: mkdir FF; cd FF sudo apt-get update wget ...


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You can install it by running sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer But you need to turn on 'Canonical partners' repository in 'System Settings' -> Software and Updates' But this will install only version 11.2. Adobe does not make newer versions for Linux. They just make security updates for 11.2 Google Chrome has pepperflash, which is the latest ...


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In order to get the audio directly, I suggest two ways. First, you can record YouTube audio with the recorder such as Audacity. Or, use the online converter to grab mp3 from video on browser. If the audio you need is rather long, the second method works better.


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Have you tried to delete the source.list file whit thunar, and use system settings and enter update, and hatch to to first option and reload, and then try to install it again, and it might work fine this way.


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It depends on how you are installing. is it via a tar.gz file or rpm or some other method. There are a bunch of ways to get flash. Download link: https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ Installation instructions ------------------------- Installing using the plugin tar.gz: o Unpack the plugin tar.gz and copy the files to the appropriate location. o ...


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Alternatively, if you want to continue using Chromium, you can install the Pepper Flash plugin separately (through a PPA). This PPA installs the Pepper Flash plugin that comes with Chrome. Be sure to read the description at the top of the page (in particular, making Chromium use Pepepr Flash).


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Google Chrome comes with its own built-in flash player, which is currently at version 17 and regularly updated to the latest version whenever Google Chrome is updated. For Google Chrome installation instructions see this question: How to install Chrome browser properly via command line?.


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Yeah, you might want to try youtube-dl its pretty owesome. Grab a copy from their site or use your package inataller manager and search for it. #On Debian based systems. sudo apt-get install youtube-dl youtube-dl <url of playing video/audio> man youtube-dl #for details


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Why not a terminal. This is not rocket science. You will not be happy with Linux, if you never want to use a terminal. You could use youtube-dl. Open a terminal an run these commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install youtube-dl For a GUI: sudo apt-get install youtube-dlg Run the GUI version ...



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