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the up-to-date adobe flash player needs SSE2 CPU support to work correctly. According to wikipedia you processor does not have. Source. Getting flashplayer to work on firefox Athlon XP lubuntu machine I have this problem. The solution is to get older versions of the libflashplayer.so file. Steps to fix: make sure flashplugin-installer package is ...
As the screenshot shows - running an ondemand channel4 programme within firefox and ubuntu (unity). So how did I do this ... well I used Wine (so please don't hate me!) This is the recipe for this if you want to try. install Wine install firefox using winetricks manually download flash from Adobe using your normal Ubuntu browser install flash using ...
When you are using Firefox (this works for mp4 Videos) Note: Disable first your flash plugin in the plug-in settings. Then do this: crtl+shift+q play the Video you will see below in the debug window a file being pulled. If it is a mp4 file then just copy the link address and do wget. For example: wget ...
Try Rufus. The URL address is https://rufus.akeo.ie/ It's very easy to use, almost self explanatory.
See the Chuwi vi10 thread on XDA forum to learn more. Read all posts you will learn a lot. http://forum.xda-developers.com/windows-8-rt/general/chuwi-vi10-dual-boot-win-8-1-android-4-4-t3112954
You should try this: http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2015/10/ipepper-flash-for-firefox-ubuntu-15-10/ Worked for me.
You have 184.108.40.206 flash version installed. Trust the Adobe site. Other sites detect Linux and give wrong results. Pepper flash was never supposed to be run in FF. It is installed using a plugin, that reports an outdated version. There is no reason to update the plugin version every time you update Peeper flash.
In order to do that, we'll utilize the command line to do the following: Install flashplugin dependencies Install flashplugin-installer Install flashplugin-downloader Rename the flash plugin Install nspluginviewer Install nspluginwrapper Activate nspluginwrapper In turn, doing this will: Install the flash plugin we need, for obvious reasons. Rename the ...
Been looking for a solution for this for ages too ... Found it here (Ubuntu 12.04): go to ~\.macromedia\FlashPlayer and you'll find some sub-folders containing URLs of websites to which were previously given permission ("allow and remember") but only after you've visited them in your current session. Apparently there is no list of all sites that were ...
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