Re: How do I examine the video in iceweasle problem
On Mon, Aug 1, 2011 at 10:05 PM, Camaleón <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 01 Aug 2011 21:02:47 +0800, lina wrote:
>> On Mon, Aug 1, 2011 at 7:34 PM, Camaleón <firstname.lastname@example.org> 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 188.8.131.52
>> From the webpage, it showed me
>> You have version 10,3,162,29 installed
>> I downloaded the 184.108.40.206
> 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 ("~/$HOME/.mozilla/firefox/[profile].default/plugins"),
> then load again the test page (http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/
> about/) to check if the latest version is now displayed.
can I make a directory plugins? there is none plugins directory but it
has extension dir.
:~/.mozilla/firefox/3gbs90vf.default$ ls p
permissions.sqlite places.sqlite-journal prefs.js
lina@dove:~/.mozilla/firefox/3gbs90vf.default$ ls extensions
extensions/ extensions.cache extensions.ini extensions.rdf
$ locate libflashplayer.so
or do I need substitute this one?
> 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
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