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Thanks ari on September 28, 2009 at 4:12 pm said: I'm a newbie, what does -- stand for? I have tried everything!! This is a lot of data. Registered Linux user number 415252 "Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. weblink
But luckily there is a simple workaround to avoid the problem, through installing and loading some libraries with backward-compatibility with V4L, so that Flash sees again your Webcam, as it used vBulletin ©2000 - 2016, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. I have tried to disable/enable hardware acceleration, but nothing. Probably sync issue with refresh rate or even pulseaudio but once it gets going, its fine.
Flloyd on June 29, 2010 at 8:49 pm said: Thanks so much. WTF ?!? Solution 2 Your system may be using one of the open-source plugins (gnash or swfdec), which unfortunately don't work very well compared to Adobe's closed-source version. Youtube works as it should.Thanks JeffHave you installed Flash Player 10 Prerelease?from: http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10.html"The following downloads will install Flash Player 10 prerelease.
To confirm flash is working go to http://www.adobe.com/shockwave/welcome/ you should see a confirmation graphic for Adobe Flash Player. Opera will install. mindbucketJune 2nd, 2009, 10:55 PMPoalman Thank you...! Its a driver or flash issue.
That's it. Hem Forum Forumets hemsida Nya inlägg FAQ Kalander Nätverk Grupper Forumåtgärder Markera forum som lästa Snabblänkar Dagens inlägg Visa webbplatsens ledare Bloggar Vad är nytt? Join Date Mar 2007 Beans 75 Re: Flash player with Opera and Jaunty Thanks for the help, one and all. URL of affected sites http://www.break.com User Agent Opera/9.80 (X11; Linux x86_64; U; en) Presto/2.2.15 Version/10.10 At first Firefox wouldn't work with flash videos.
Then I went to plugins. how did this worked for all you guys without removing other packages ??! After hunting around for a while, I remembered how I had a similar problem trying to get digital audio out over hdmi on another 9.10 box. mdgo80April 30th, 2009, 09:52 AMYou probably installed gnash or swfdec, which doesn't have 100% compatibility with Adobe Flash content. $ sudo apt-get remove --purge swfdec-mozilla mozilla-plugin-gnash flashplugin-nonfree adobe-flashplugin $ sudo apt-get
ralphwrobertsMay 17th, 2009, 12:19 AMnothing above or anywhere else in these forums help -- Flash appears to be seriously broken in Ubuntu 9.04. Subscribing... I have tried with visual effect on and off, no change. For instance, YouTube happily plays videos using Adobe Flash Player 10.0 but MySpace complains that my version of Flash is too old and that I should get a newer one (check
Tools > Add-ons > Plugins You didn't post a plugins list. http://myfreepsd.com/flash-not/flash-not-working-on-nikon-d50.html I discovered it was my FoxyTunes add-on in Firefox. Reason: The developers decided to change the way the drivers and cameras work: old drivers (before Ubuntu 8.10) had the code to decode the data received from the webcam, the new Ionescu ddalleyMay 13th, 2009, 05:53 PMOK, so why, after I installed the Adobe Flash plugin directly through the Adobe site, YouTube videos didn't work, but when I installed (presumably) the same
If you find MJPG format mode produces less flicker than YUYV format mode, then this could be the case. Running guvcview from the Menu Sometimes a dark picture will be the result of an incorrectly-selected webcam device. Stephen on September 14, 2009 at 9:43 pm said: Brilliant, I liked the name gnash, so decided to install it as my flash plug-in. check over here Solution 1 Remove your old flash plugin using the following command sudo apt-get remove flashplugin-* --purge Install the flash plugin using the following command sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree and restart browser
I installed the NoScript addon for Firefox like I always do, and suddenly all Flash started working. Hope this helps anyone with this problem, after hours of trial and error these steps take about 3 minutes and worked first time. Thank you.
Using the Adobe .deb is alright, but you'll have to remember to update it manually.
I can find no other references to flash. Opera ftw Worked perfectly. exit alsamixer test your audio. uniqs1244 Share « Ubuntu Display Settings • RRDTool script help needed » AZinOHjoin:2007-04-25Swanton, OH12.3 0.5 AZinOH Member 2009-May-8 7:48 pm Jaunty 32-bit-To Flash or not to Flash?I've used Synaptic to install
Mark as duplicate Convert to a question Link a related branch Link to CVE You are not directly subscribed to this bug's notifications. But so far, Flash is not working. The plugins dialog shows adobe flash 10.1.53 and the 'prefered applications' dialog shows adobe flash for application/x-swf & etc. http://myfreepsd.com/flash-not/flash-not-working-on-la-sardina.html flash player was working all fine in all the websites before i had an automatic update for it.
Once they are removed and Synaptic is closed then open KPackageKitand under Settings make sure third party software links are checked (see picture 2). Massachusetts question 4 passes, not happy [InTheNews] by IowaCowboy455. Done Package mozilla-plugin-gnash is not installed, so not removed Package flashplugin-nonfree is not installed, so not removed The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required: menu-xdg gnome-network-admin planner flash player was working all fine in all the websites before i had an automatic update for it.
In order to do it, we need to shut down any application that might be doing some use of the video: editors, instant messengers or even the internet browser, and in Then re-enabled. What do I do??? The advantages are better integration with the system (such as nspluginwrapper hooks for 64-bit users) and the capability for the plugin to update itself (as it's part of the official repository).
Please ask a new question if you need help. No more Microsoft Security Bulletins after January 2017 [Security] by chachazz624. how did this worked for all you guys without removing other packages ??! What I did find is this:Shockwave Flash File name: libswfdecmozilla.so Shockwave Flash 9.0 r999MIME Type Description Suffixes Enabledapplication/x-shockwave-flash Adobe Flash movie swf Yesapplication/futuresplash FutureSplash movie spl YesUnder the VLC Multimedia Plugin
It seems that recent versions of Adobe flash player (the updated ones for Intrepid and Jaunty since June 2009, at least, and probably before also) have a bug which doesn't ask I have also tested that you can change the plugin location within Opera to Flash or even the flash alternative or different locations, they all work i.e it's not an issue Flash will work on a few sites for the first session that I run firefox, but it seems like either an extended session of a firefox restart sets off the program. Ubuntu Forums > The Ubuntu Forum Community > Ubuntu Official Flavours Support > Multimedia Software > [ubuntu] Flash Problem Jaunty 9.04 PDA View Full Version : [ubuntu] Flash Problem Jaunty 9.04
Adv Reply August 4th, 2009 #6 Fake Dog View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Visit Homepage First Cup of Ubuntu Join Date Jul 2009 Location Ireland Beans 2 DistroUbuntu marcelo_gomesNovember 16th, 2009, 04:19 PMif i try this remove line mentioned, ill get an error like this [email protected]:~# sudo apt-get remove --purge swfdec-mozilla mozilla-plugin-gnash flashplugin-nonfree adobe-flashplugin Reading package lists... Read more... If there seems to be more than one entry for your webcam, try changing which one is selected. 2.2.
I have tried uninstalling flash and reinstalling it via synaptic. If it shows any "not found" lines, you fail the dependency check.Lastly, you have to make sure the bits match up. 32 bit Flash requires 32 bit Firefox, and 64 bits Install opera (NOT the static version or you will be back to square one). so i wentto synaptic and found that i also had installed anotherflashplayer(swfdec) .