I have a problem with Firefox and the Flash-player.
My other problems I solved with success with uncle Google and a little bit of Ubuntu magazines. But now I am trying to solve this problem nearly 2 days by myself and I cant get it.
First I used the "Adobe Flash-player" from the Software Centre, what followed is, that it failed to load the "libpepflashplayer.so".
Ok, open your browser and use Google, read one search result, the next and so on. In the end it didn't changed a thing.
Here are my search results: the link
Then I reinstalled it, like in the old days. No change, looking at the Firefox add-on's/extensions --> not listed in the "internal" extension (I think you know what I mean). Downloaded it, restarted computer, to be sure, that It should work, no change.
After that over-thinking the situation I cam to the following conclusion. OK, if Adobe doesn't want to work, I gonna try another flash-player, okay, use Google and it will be fine. Not really. I installed the pepper flash plug-in and what I have now, is that the YouTube videos, for example are played in fast forward.
[can't find the link now, where the commands were]
What do I have to do? Why is this happening? How can it be solved?
I don't think it is necessary to give my system data or? Just to be on the safe side:
- i5 Ivy Bridge
- 120GB SSD (enough space)
- Intel HD 4000
Thank you for taking time, to help me.
Have a nice day.