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Unable to play protected (DRM) content on Chrome (Linux Mint 17)

I upgraded to Linux Mint 17 a couple weeks ago. Prior to that, I was running on LM 16 and had an issue playing protected content on Google Chrome. I fixed that issue after installing hal and disabling ...
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3answers
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How can I detect what is making my linux freeze?

I've been running arch linux for quite a few months and it has been the best distribution i've used. However, sometimes, it just decides to freeze. I may be using the computer, the bottom bar shows ...
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Portable Firefox Linux

I've installed latest firefox linux-x86_64 from ftp.mozilla.com on a usb device and created a new profile file with the -P command. Unfortunately, the application does not recognize the flash plugin ...
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How to fix speckled flash videos in Linux Mint 14?

I have recently installed Linux Mint 14 and youtube and other flash based videos are displaying lots of yellow and red specks. It doesn't matter which browser is being used either. I've tried ...
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Flash videos turn to gray box with light gradients on edges

As explained in the title .. it started happenning since installation of new openSUSE and it looks quite bizarre, see below for a shot from blip.tv. It happens usually after few minutes of watching ...
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Adobe Air version > 2.6 port

I just want to know if anybody is aware of a port of Adobe Air Runtime > 2.6. Adobe officially discontinued support of air technology for Linux desktop after releasing 2.6 and I got some .air app ...
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1answer
351 views

Packaging Google Chrome and Flash into a Linux Distro? [closed]

I've been working on a Linux distro based on Arch, and I want to include Google Chrome and Adobe's Flash Plugin. Can I get in trouble with Google or Adobe if I pre-install both of those pieces of ...
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Flash running in Chromium and FF at once, why no sound in the second browser?

I work as a student assistant Linux admin and I just packaged up Adobe's "Square" plugin to get 64bit FF running flash pretty well (first time I've seen it work this well), but there's one little ...