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Issue with reds, blues and greens on video playback

Newbie here. Trying desperately to overcome this problem of neon-like color and distortion when I play a video. Often the sidebars of basically non-video screens (like email) have the same sort of ...
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2answers
129 views

Can I use Nand flash as a swap memory in Embedded Linux?

I have 128 MB of Ram in one of my products, which was sufficient when we released first version of the product. But now we added some extra features in it, So this much Ram may cause a problem of OOM. ...
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0answers
64 views

Unable to install Flash Debug Player on Fedora 19

I'm trying to install Flash Debug Player in Fedora 19 x64. I understand that Flash Debug Player is not available for x64 on Linux, so the way to go would be to install the i686 version, and then use ...
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0answers
83 views

Linux/Slackware 14.0 newbie: Why does flash player work only under root?

So I decided to install Slackware to start learning more on Linux. One thing that I have noticed, is that when I log in as root, the flash player works for sites like Youtube, it just pops up a ...
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842 views

Configuring Firefox 23 and flash player 11 in Oracle Linux

I'm trying to get flash player working in my linux. No matter what I do I cannot seem to get it working. I have installed firefox 23 in ~/firefox. Ive copied libflashfplayer.so to the following ...
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52 views

Why does Flash objects display incorrectly?

On my old desktop computer using Lubuntu, any flash objects that show up in my web browser use only half of the allocated space and display in only green and purple colors. This effect doesn't happen ...
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1answer
450 views

How flashplayer works in firefox for linux : flash player installation troubleshooting

I am using Slackware 14 and I installed flash player as in this blog post http://goo.gl/A0Yxf. According to which I simply copied the "libflashplayer.so" provided by Adobe to the firefox plugin ...
0
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1answer
109 views

Is a Buffalo CB-GK10B Router the same as a WZR-HP-G300NH? Or will installing OpenWRT brick the CB-GK10B

I have an old WZR-HP-G300NH, and I thought I ordered another one, it said WZR-HP-G300NH on the package, but when I opened it up and looked at the unit the back read Model No: CB-GK10B. It looks ...
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1answer
894 views

Flash not working in Midori

I have been using Midori for a while now, and got tired of flash not working so tried to install it. I checked the checkbox "Install flash and other 3rd party proprietary stuff" button when I ...
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1answer
69 views

How to run a script uninterrupted accross power-cycling

I'm stomped on how to accomplish this task. I need to run this script that fills up the nand flash on an embedded (linux-Busybox v1) device with random data, then continually repeats this process ...
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1answer
286 views

Ubuntu 12.04 flash player graphical glitches when minimized

I have a bit of an issue where when I am playing a flash video in a minimized window the video will bleed through completely black pixels, especially in conjunction with transparency. My flash is ...
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1answer
12k views

Disable hardware acceleration for Flash player in Linux

The latest official version (and supposedly the last version for Linux) of Flash player has some interesting issues on Linux systems. The biggest issues which have summarily been confirmed on the ...
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1answer
792 views

How can I improve Nvidia graphics performance in Linux?

I'm running Fedora 16 64-bit, my graphics card is an Nvidia GTS 250. Adobe flash performance is poor compared to Windows, and GPU accelerated video decoding doesn't seem to be fully working (worked ...
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1answer
8k views

Is there a Chrome extension like DownloadHelper for Firefox?

I search something like DownloadHelper, a tool to download Flash videos. It should work on Chromium (Linux). Any link?
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3answers
360 views

How to prevent flash player from creating a mm.cfg file in my home directory?

Every time I delete the mm.cfg file in my ~/ directory, it's automatically generated again later, I'm guessing after some site requests for my browser to load flash. I don't even know how to begin ...
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0answers
158 views

detect the start of Flash videos

I like to turn my music off when I start watching Flash videos. It used to be that Flash videos were cached in /tmp, so I could watch for them with inotify: sorghum:~% incrontab -l /tmp IN_CREATE ...
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1answer
694 views

Install flash for Chrome on linux without root?

I'm on a workstation here and the admins haven't enabled Flash for Chrome, but it does work under Firefox. Is there some way I could config Chrome to point at the nswrapper_32_64.libflashplayer.so ...
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1answer
1k views

The nightmare of installing adobe flash player plugin in Chrome on Linux

Installing the flash player plugin on a Linux PC has proven to be a true nightmare every time I've tried it. This time I'm on Fedora 15 x64 on a Notebook computer. I have downloaded and installed ...
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3answers
782 views

Making a Linux live CD bootable from Compact Flash (CF)?

Making a live CD using tools such as livecd-creator seems like a good solution to create a bootable read-only image to install on Compact Flash. My goal is to prevent failure due to write cycle ...
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1answer
117 views

Screensaver fine-tuning? (Gnome Linux)

I'd like to know if there's any way to disable a screensaver and re-enable it automatically after I'm no longer watching the movie or tv show. Also, can I disable the screensaver when flash (or, ...
2
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1answer
731 views

How to zero-out a flash card under Linux?

Looking for a way to zero-out a flash card (any format CD/SD/MS) so that it starts completely clean? By that I mean not just formated but all zeros or a fixed pattern. It will be formated later and ...
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1answer
80 views

How to find the filesize of a flash which is not exactly stored in the temp but redirected by a fd

flash31 -> /tmp/FlashXXvsg1uY (deleted) directory is /proc/processid Chrome is downloading a flash and I can see in the proc direcotry the flash file , how can I see the current file size of such a ...
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2answers
3k views

Prevent screensaver when flash is running in linux

I imagine that my problem is not unique to my circumstances, and I have been having it for some time. I am running Arch Linux, and quite frequently watch videos, particularly flash, in fullscreen. ...
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1answer
2k views

How can I get Google Chrome to use the 64-bit Flash plugin?

[ me@fc14_x86_64 ~ ] google-chrome *** NSPlugin Viewer *** ERROR: /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/libflashplayer.so: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS32 [ me@fc14_x86_64 ~ ] locate libflashplayer.so ...
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13answers
44k views

In Google Chrome on Linux, where is the flv if not in /tmp?

I like to keep videos because I like buffering them and then playing them back-to-back in my media player, I want to be able to stop/restart my browser without losing all the buffered video, and ...
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2answers
284 views

Elinks and flash

is there a possibility to "use" flash based objects with elinks ? I mean, i have an online flash based multiplayer game ( http://haxball.appspot.com ) and i want to connect to game with elinks ...
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6answers
1k views

Tools for downloading a Flash video file on Linux

How can I download a Flash video file from a website when using Linux (Fedora). Can you suggest any tools on Linux to do so?
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2answers
2k views

Linux Live CD: Flash preinstalled?

I need to create a Linux Live CD that has the newest version of Flash pre-installed. How can I do this or find a distro with this? The flavor of Linux doesn’t matter, so long as I can run Flash ...
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2answers
171 views

What damage can adobe flash player do to a linux machine?

I am curious what damage can adobe flash player do to a linux machine. I have read the adobe flash security bulletin and I saw that a lot of vulnerabilities affected linux(crossplatform). Please ...
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2answers
18k views

How do you enable webcam support in Facebook for Ubuntu 10.04?

I think I have finally arrived at an insolvable equation: Chromium v.7 + Ubuntu 10.04 + Sun Java 6 + Webcam + Facebook + Flash 10 = non-functional All of those items listed above are potential ...
2
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2answers
3k views

Installing Flash Debug for Chrome when not installed in default location

I do not have the necessary permissions to install anything in var, opt etc. and so have Google Chrome installed in my user folder. I wish to install Flash Debug, however I can't find anywhere that I ...
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4answers
5k views

Is Flash typically slow on Linux?

Specifically, I'm running Mint 8 (Helena). I'm extremely new to Linux, and was searching for a solution that was user-friendly and GUI oriented. The box won't be used for much other than web browsing ...
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2answers
240 views

What (linux) directories are written to most/constantly?

When I read articles on running Linux from a flash drive, many recommend that directories that see many or constant writes be mounted in ram (e.g. as tmpfs). My question is - Which directories will ...
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2answers
2k views

How to cope with runaway Flash plugin in Google Chrome browser?

I'm using Google Chrome for Linux, version 5.0.307.11 (Official Build 39572) beta with the Linux Flash plugin version 10.0 r32. Quite often, the Flash plugin goes wild and pegs the CPU with about ...
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4answers
11k views

Linux flash player settings dialog unclickable

I'm using Slackware 13. When a flash app pops up the allow/deny dialog, I'm stuck because the buttons are unclickable. My adobe flash player version is 10,0,42,34. How can I fix this problem? Edit: ...
5
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4answers
6k views

Linux Flash Player with 2 Monitors: always full-screen on primary monitor

My setup at home uses a laptop, with a larger external monitor in addition to the built-in LCD panel, which is primary. I can see the larger monitor from the rest of the room and use it as my TV, for ...
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1answer
974 views

Spoofing flash version

How do I spoof flash version (make websites think that I have different version that I really have)? I'm using firefox
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2answers
347 views

Fix Flash with Ubuntu 9.04

Tried to use Mozilla's extension installer for running flash plugin installation, and now all flash scripts are showing a big gray play button and won't run. Should I just uninstall the plugin and ...
2
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4answers
703 views

Flash Plugin For Linux

I tried to install "flashplugin-installer" in Ubuntu but it didn't work for me. The reason that I can't use the Adobe version is because this happens: client socket: Invalid argument *** NSPlugin ...
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2answers
2k views

Real Time Sound Leveler

Lately I've been annoyed with Hulu as the commercials are significantly louder than the actual show. This has caused me to wonder if there existed any application either generic or specific to Hulu or ...
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4answers
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Sound stops after 2-5 seconds when playing youtube videos in Firefox

The sound of Youtube videos stop after 2-5 seconds. The video also stops playing. I searched with Google for this problem, but I can only find solutions to other Firefox/Flash/Sound problems. I use ...
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6answers
1k views

Full screen Flash slow in KDE 4

After upgrading my Debian unstable to Kde 4 a few months ago, the Flashplayer started to be very slow, especially in the full screen mode. Using Kde 3 I was able to watch full screen Youtube or ...
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2answers
2k views

Limit CPU usage for flash in Firefox?

How can we limit the CPU usage of Flash plugins in Firefox ? I do not want to disable Flash, but I don't need to Flash objects to run at full speed either, in order to save battery power.