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You can go to https://www.youtube.com/html5 and activate the HTML5 player, it works for me.


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You get to create the password - you can pick anything in the world! Wow that's a lot of choice 1! But it must meet the following requirements: a CAPITAL letter a lowercase letter a number (0-9) a symbol (including ~`!@#$%^&*()_+{}|[]:";'<>?,./) at least 8 characters not basic like Password1! not your username 1 There are about 821758812324659950 ...


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You could try using Google Public DNS for a speedier connection to YouTube. You could also watch YouTube videos on VLC by going to open network stream and then pasting the URL of the YouTube video. To install VLC hit Ctrl+Alt+T to open a terminal and then enter the following: sudo apt-get install vlc


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Here is your answer. Quick, Brief and Precise: gnash (open source alternative) flashplugin (abobe) swfdec (mozilla)


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I run into this issue occasionally and it's a strange one for me. Check your disk space. If I try to access a page with a youtube embedded link, and my /home/username/.cache folder (which i've intentionally mounted as a RAM drive) is full, Chrome will crash. It'll happily surf along otherwise removing old stuff as necessary but if I hit a YouTube embed, it ...


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If you are having an issue with Flash player in Google Chrome, try these troubleshooting steps: Go to chrome://plugins and check "Always allowed" under the Flash plugin. If you have more than one Flash plugin installed, please disable one version by going to chrome://plugins, click on "Details" in the upper right corner, and "Disable" under one of the ...


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Running sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer in a Terminal should be enough.


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Open terminal and run sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras This includes flash player


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If restricted-extras packages doesn't solve your problem on chromium (like me) please install pepper flash player. sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree sudo update-pepperflashplugin-nonfree --install Pepper flash player solve your problem most probably.


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"Multiverse" option must be enabled in order to install the flashplayer plugin. Please, do enable it and then use the command: sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer More information in this answer: How do I enable the "multiverse" repository?.


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Please remove the flash player you installed and install the following package in a terminal sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras This contains a flash plug-in for any browser exept Chrome/Chromium which has its own installed by default.


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Install xcompmgr from a command line with: sudo apt-get install xcompmgr Open "Default Applications for LX Session" from the Preferences menu. On the Composite Manager section, choose the 'Other' option where it says Command. Then enter the following in the box next to it: xcompmgr or, for a little bling: xcompmgr -c -C -t-5 -l-5 -r4.2 -o.55 ...


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I haven't experienced any crashes with Flash in Firefox recently, so I think one possible answer to your question of "Whose 'ball court' does this problem reside with?" is the problem lies in the web sites you are visiting that A) require Flash to operate and B) have some code in the Flash container that causes your version of Flash to crash. SO one option ...


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What you need to know really is that Adobe still supports and offers new version of Flash for Linux in form of Pepper flash. Chromium uses exactly this flash. Firefox team is just too great for such trivial problems, so - no flash. Most sites have HTML5 replacement these days, most notable exception being Google's.


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You might try using Google Chrome. Your movies might require (as you hinted to) an updated version of flash. Adobe stopped supporting Flash for Linux, so other browsers will either depend on workarounds are an outdated version of flash. Google has a license with Adobe which they incorporate in their chrome browser. Google also has native support for ...


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First go to vt2 (Ctrl + Alt + -->) then type: cp /opt/google/chrome/pepper/libpepflashplayer.so /home/chronos/[your user # *]/Downloads/ Then, in Ubuntu, copy the file to /usr/lib/chromium-browser/plugins and type in the terminal: gksudo gedit #(or preferred text editor) Now open /etc/chromium-browser/default in that editor and add to this file: ...


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It seems that flash is not working properly with Firefox. First of all I suggest you to install flash with: sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer Then if it's not OK, try to reset your Firefox. You have to go to Firefox --> Troubleshooting Information --> Reset Firefox... I think it will be OK after that...


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Your installing pepperflashplugin-nonfree but got Package 'pepperflashplugin-nonfree' has no installation candidate means you have some problems with repositories. This package is the only way to get flash in Chromium. Do it. Try changing repository mirrors.


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Since some years, I'm usually grabbing flash files directly from the /proc directory, when they are here, in order to play them with VLC, which is by far the best tool around to watch videos. It's not working with youtube, but it works great with most of the other Streaming website. I finally decided to make it more usable by writing some proper function to ...


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/.adobe/Flash_Player/* probably doesn't have the right permissions even if you re-install. Try the following if you're stuck after all of the above: sudo apt-get purge flashplugin-installer ubuntu-restricted-extras sudo apt-get install flashplugin-installer ubuntu-restricted-extras Close Chromium and: cd ~/.adobe/Flash_Player rm -rf ./* Open Chromium ...


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youtube-dl: You can download most of the youtube videos and other flash videos with this from terminal. To install it right away for all UNIX users (Linux, OS X, etc.), type: sudo curl https://yt-dl.org/downloads/2014.08.10/youtube-dl -o /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl sudo chmod a+x /usr/local/bin/youtube-dl Flash Video Downloader Plugin : Flash video ...


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So, i tried many things. I recommend you to use UNetBootin. It is so easy. Just select your .*iso and USB drive ,then click OK. My laptop doesn't boot from CD/DVD, so i used that. This worked for me...


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I understood your question, my explanation wasn't clear enough. Yumi lets you place multiple extracted iso's on a thumb drive so you can use that thumb drive to install any of those. I've edited my previous answer; "select the thumb drive you wish to install it on." should have been: "select the hard drive you wish to install it on." Sorry for the ...


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Try Yumi. This (free for personal use) utility allows you to place multiple installations on a single thumb drive. With it, you can create a thumb drive which lets you choose between a mix of several windows versions and linux versions for installation. Simply start the software, download and select an appropriate version of Ubuntu (or any other O/S for ...


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You can run lspci | grep VGA to know the video card make and model as it is told in this article of the Ubuntu Wiki. And you might be interested in installing the Lubuntu-restricted-extras from the Lubuntu Software Center. It is equivalent to Ubuntu or Xubuntu restricted extras which contain codecs with restricted copyright for audio, video... You will ...


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you need to install pepperflash for chromium now because it nolonger accepts netscape like plugins (the firefox flashplugin) sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree restart chromium after installation for the changes to take effect


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Read https://www.youtube.com/html5. Notice how it says only supported videos will be played in HTML5. However, some videos just require Adobe Flash Player. One thing you could try is clicking "Request the HTML5 player" if it is displayed on that page, then try again. If it still doesn't work or you don't see that button, you need Adobe Flash Player.


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This happened to me today after a Chrome update tried apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree but get a Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), are you root? searched and found different command sudo -s apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree Now I get Unable to locate package pepperflashplugin-nonfree


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Thank you very much for your reply, but I did not upgrade from 12.10 to 14.04, if not the opposite, install ubuntu 14.04 from scratch, it's a clean install, download google chrome through page google .deb package, entered the section of the plugins and see only a single flash file: Adobe Flash Player - Version: 14.0.0.145 Shockwave Flash 14.0 r0 Name: ...


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Your answer indicates that you may have upgraded from 12.10 to 14.04. If this is the case, upgrading from 12.10 to 14.04 is not supported, because 12.10 was a short term release. I have 14.04, I am running google chrome, and I can watch youtube and twitchTV without a problem. What you should do is this: Backup the files on your computer to an external ...



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