Re: How do I examine the video in iceweasle problem
On Mon, 01 Aug 2011 21:02:47 +0800, lina wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 1, 2011 at 7:34 PM, Camaleón <email@example.com> wrote:
>> "lsof" output looks right, I mean, there is no evidence of additional
>> services making use of audio device that could be interferring.
>> So let's back to the original problem, you lose sound when playing
>> online videos (I guess they're flash based). Hum... do you have the
>> latest Adobe flash player plugin installed?
>> You can check it in this link:
>> For 32-bits systems is 10.3.181.34
>> For 64-bits systems is 220.127.116.11
> From the webpage, it showed me
> You have version 10,3,162,29 installed
> I downloaded the 18.104.22.168
Wait. "11.0.x" is a beta relase, use it *only* if you have a 64-bits
Debian system... show us the output of "uname -r" just to be sure.
> then I don't know how to proceed further after untar it showed usr bin
> share directory.
> P.S I have had
> *** Opt contrib/ flashplugin- 1:2.8.3 installed.
"contrib" repo does not seem to have an updated version of the plugin :-?
To avoid any collision, you can unpack the tar.gz which contains a single
file "libflashplayer.so" and drop this ".so" file under your iceweasel
user's profile ("~/$HOME/.mozilla/firefox/[profile].default/plugins"),
then load again the test page (http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/
about/) to check if the latest version is now displayed.
Once you have the latest plugin installed, just perform some tests with
online videos and see if you get any improvement with your audio issue:
- If newer plugin works better than the older, just do nothing :-)
- If the problem still persists, then you can delete "~/$HOME/.mozilla/
firefox/[profile].default/plugins/libflashplayer.so" file, return to the
same point you were before and keep searching for another solution :-P