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    Thumbs up Re: Flash 11.2.202.228 solutions

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmcdixon View Post
    This problem with flash has been bugging me crazy, after enjoying trouble free computing on Ubuntu 10.10 flash stopped working after an up date, I decided to upgrade to 11.10 but still could only get flash player working partially after down grading flash following the instructions at the beginning of this thread. 11.10 had gone a bit wonky after I had tried to use the windows version of Firefox and Flash using 'play on Linux'. Since my whole family totally enjoy Gnome Desk Top and asked me to "put the computer back to how it was" I found an old 10.04 disk and installed it, then downloaded Flash Player 10.3.183.19 which Adobe still maintain. I downloaded http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get...0_linux.tar.gz then using flash aid 'advanced mode' 'custom path' to the location of the downloaded file then 'text' 'execute' flash was installed and working fine and we are back on our favorite DE bonus! thanks all, malc

    Thanks for a confirmation of Flash-Aid™, which I use on my 10.04.5-LTS desktop install and will probably use with 12.04.1-LTS once I have all the hardware I've preplanned for upgrading my hybrid Everex®. Adobe Systems having halted development of Flash™ Player for LinUX with 11.2.202.* (11.2.202.236 is available as of 9 June 2012), which is unsatisfactory for several Websites still needing the Macromedia® software architecture for multimedia functionality, I am likewise using 10.3.183.20 (as of 9 June 2012) from FPDownload.Macromedia.com, selecting via the "Custom (http url or local path)" option:
    Code:
    http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/current/licensing/linux/install_flash_player_10_linux.tar.gz
    I am using Flash™ Player 11.3.300.257 on my current Windows box but still waiting for Google® Code to get 64-bit Pepper up and running, so I can keep the data coming in and going out properly with 12.04.1-LTS, AMD64 Edition (to which I am preparing to upgrade the Everex®). (10.3.183.20 is 32-bit only.)
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    Flash player 10 is the best solution for me!

    Tried 11.1, tried turning acceleration off, all to no avail. Flash video is completely blank, and flash hasn't worked in any browser but chrome for a long time (not opera or firefox).

    I tried downloading flash 10, and it worked great.

    I had been using Chrome, but since my update a couple of days ago, Chrome has a sandbox zombie, and the gui window never comes up.

    I am using Nvidia and an Athlon XP 1800+ 32 bit processor.

    When I boot windows on the same system, I am using the 11.3 flash player, and everything just works.

    I hadn't been able to watch flash for some time at Reuters web site, (video was blank), and now it just works.

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    Re: Flash 11.2.202.228 solutions

    Quote Originally Posted by klugja View Post
    Flash player 10 is the best solution for me!

    Tried 11.1, tried turning acceleration off, all to no avail. Flash video is completely blank, and flash hasn't worked in any browser but chrome for a long time (not opera or firefox).

    I tried downloading flash 10, and it worked great.

    I had been using Chrome, but since my update a couple of days ago, Chrome has a sandbox zombie, and the gui window never comes up.

    I am using Nvidia and an Athlon XP 1800+ 32 bit processor.

    When I boot windows on the same system, I am using the 11.3 flash player, and everything just works.

    I hadn't been able to watch flash for some time at Reuters web site, (video was blank), and now it just works.
    About Chrome see this:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2011882

    Apparently, some Chrome users are experiencing issues with the new PepperFlash plugin. I am not, but it might be because my plugins are set to play with click.

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    Re: Flash 11.2.202.228 solutions

    My guess is the trouble lies with Adobe:

    Updated Flash crashes on start

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovinglinux View Post
    About Chrome see this:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2011882

    Apparently, some Chrome users are experiencing issues with the new PepperFlash plugin. I am not, but it might be because my plugins are set to play with click.
    Thanks for the heads up on a settings-related issue for Pepper™, as I anticipate needing Chromium™ due to Adobe Systems terminating development of Flash™ Player for LinUX (needed by Mozilla® Firefox® 13-up) at 11.2.202.*. As of 30 June 2012 I have all the hardware that I planned on for upgrading my hybrid Everex® to 12.04.1-LTS, AMD64 Edition, and await the dot-one Install ISO for both the system cited and an eMachines®/Acer® EL1210-09 rebuild that had operability problems with Kubuntu 10.04.3-LTS (as the original 12.04-LTS Install ISO has a dependencies problem, the fix for which will be released in the dot-one ISO).
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    Re: Flash 11.2.202.228 solutions

    Still having Flash problems on my desktop with Firefox, Ubuntu 12.04 and NVidia graphics.

    I had the 'smurf' problem but was able to fix that.

    I disabled hardware acceleration.
    I used Flash-Aid.
    I am now running Flash version 11.1.102.63
    I overwrote with 'libvdpau1' as suggested here.

    Flash videos still crash my system.

    Do I need to delete other versions of Flash perhaps? Or go back to version 10? I've tried so many things by this point that I'm getting confused and quite frustrated. Thanks!

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    Re: Flash 11.2.202.228 solutions

    Quote Originally Posted by xchecker View Post
    Still having Flash problems on my desktop with Firefox, Ubuntu 12.04 and NVidia graphics.
    I had the 'smurf' problem but was able to fix that.

    I disabled hardware acceleration.
    I used Flash-Aid.
    I am now running Flash version 11.1.102.63
    I overwrote with 'libvdpau1' as suggested here.

    Flash videos still crash my system.

    Do I need to delete other versions of Flash perhaps? Or go back to version 10? I've tried so many things by this point that I'm getting confused and quite frustrated. Thanks!
    The best solution to the blue video is to not overwrite anything ect, but to use the ppa for 12.04 to provide a patched libvdpau
    In 12.10 ubuntu has applied the patch to libvdpau
    (you can also just use the 12.10 versions of libvdpau, libvdpau-dev in 12.04, do so here (0.4.1-6ubuntu1

    Other methods may lead to crashes, also with the patched libvdpau there is no need to disable hardware acceleration

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    Re: Flash 11.2.202.228 solutions

    Thanks. Using Flash-Aid I reinstalled the recommended version and then reupdated the libvdpau1 file from tikhanov and that seems to be working now - no more crashes. I really appreciate the help. Thanks!

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    Re: Flash 11.2.202.228 solutions

    Hello All

    I have been struggling with flash on my Presario 2100 for a week now

    Ubuntu 12.04

    When I go to a flash webpage it tells me I am missing the plugin. I have tried a few posts including pasting .so file from version 63. That seemed to work last night but it stopped this morining again.

    Firefox and chrome no work. To not for a while chrome would not even run it would just crash.

    I think I have version 63 of flash installed. Have flash aid installed

    Currently utube works but other flash pages do not
    Code:
    trevor@Presario:~$ sudo apt-cache search flashplayer 
     [sudo] password for trevor:  
     flashplugin-nonfree-extrasound - Adobe Flash Player platform support library for Esound and OSS
    Code:
    trevor@Presario:~$ sudo apt-cache show flashplugin-nonfree-extrasound 
     Package: flashplugin-nonfree-extrasound 
     Priority: optional 
     Section: multiverse/sound 
     Installed-Size: 64 
     Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <ubuntu-devel-discuss@lists.ubuntu.com> 
     Original-Maintainer: Petter Reinholdtsen <pere@debian.org> 
     Architecture: i386 
     Version: 0.0.svn2431-3ubuntu1 
     Replaces: libflashsupport 
     Depends: libc6 (>= 2.3.4) 
     Recommends: flashplugin-installer 
     Conflicts: flashplugin-nonfree-pulse, libflashsupport 
     Filename: pool/multiverse/f/flashplugin-nonfree-extrasound/flashplugin-nonfree-extrasound_0.0.svn2431-3ubuntu1_i386.deb 
     Size: 8562 
     MD5sum: 1150ee717da87aab891f421f201835d4 
     SHA1: 10254f19f74ca403848958f61f584d290cb1b413 
     SHA256: 09340fd08ff50ab787dcd10f329d8eda051d64d7f217cf362d0a345bc378c373 
     Description-en: Adobe Flash Player platform support library for Esound and OSS 
      This is an open Source extension library for the Adobe Flash Player 
      that enables support for otherwise unsupported sound systems.  It 
      provides the libflashsupport.so plugin.  The sound system to use is 
      automatically detected: 
      . 
       * It first tries to detect Esound, 
       * Next, it checks for OSS. 
      . 
      If all of the above failed, it falls back to the ALSA driver that's 
      built directly into FlashPlayer 9. 
      . 
      For PulseAudio support, see flashplugin-nonfree-pulse. 
     Description-md5: 74ec5439ce259e0c156f5f983af2c21f 
     Bugs: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+filebug 
     Origin: Ubuntu
    I really need some help here

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    Re: Flash 11.2.202.228 solutions

    Quote Originally Posted by snuffy47 View Post
    Hello All

    I have been struggling with flash on my Presario 2100 for a week now

    Ubuntu 12.04

    When I go to a flash webpage it tells me I am missing the plugin. I have tried a few posts including pasting .so file from version 63. That seemed to work last night but it stopped this morining again.

    Firefox and chrome no work. To not for a while chrome would not even run it would just crash.

    I think I have version 63 of flash installed. Have flash aid installed

    Currently utube works but other flash pages do not
    Code:
    trevor@Presario:~$ sudo apt-cache search flashplayer 
     [sudo] password for trevor:  
     flashplugin-nonfree-extrasound - Adobe Flash Player platform support library for Esound and OSS
    Code:
    trevor@Presario:~$ sudo apt-cache show flashplugin-nonfree-extrasound 
     Package: flashplugin-nonfree-extrasound 
     Priority: optional 
     Section: multiverse/sound 
     Installed-Size: 64 
     Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <ubuntu-devel-discuss@lists.ubuntu.com> 
     Original-Maintainer: Petter Reinholdtsen <pere@debian.org> 
     Architecture: i386 
     Version: 0.0.svn2431-3ubuntu1 
     Replaces: libflashsupport 
     Depends: libc6 (>= 2.3.4) 
     Recommends: flashplugin-installer 
     Conflicts: flashplugin-nonfree-pulse, libflashsupport 
     Filename: pool/multiverse/f/flashplugin-nonfree-extrasound/flashplugin-nonfree-extrasound_0.0.svn2431-3ubuntu1_i386.deb 
     Size: 8562 
     MD5sum: 1150ee717da87aab891f421f201835d4 
     SHA1: 10254f19f74ca403848958f61f584d290cb1b413 
     SHA256: 09340fd08ff50ab787dcd10f329d8eda051d64d7f217cf362d0a345bc378c373 
     Description-en: Adobe Flash Player platform support library for Esound and OSS 
      This is an open Source extension library for the Adobe Flash Player 
      that enables support for otherwise unsupported sound systems.  It 
      provides the libflashsupport.so plugin.  The sound system to use is 
      automatically detected: 
      . 
       * It first tries to detect Esound, 
       * Next, it checks for OSS. 
      . 
      If all of the above failed, it falls back to the ALSA driver that's 
      built directly into FlashPlayer 9. 
      . 
      For PulseAudio support, see flashplugin-nonfree-pulse. 
     Description-md5: 74ec5439ce259e0c156f5f983af2c21f 
     Bugs: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+filebug 
     Origin: Ubuntu
    I really need some help here

    See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2011882 for the Chrome issue.

    Do you really need flashplugin-nonfree-extrasound?

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