Like the title says it, I'm looking for a way to watch YouTube videos in terminal (not in a browser or another window, but right there, in any bash session). Is there a simple way to do this? I ...
I run Debian wheezy with Iceweasel as browser and have installed the Flash plugin similar to this description. Today I read that not only Flash on Windows and Mac also Adobe Flash Player 126.96.36.1990 ...
According to my browser (Firefox 34.0) the installed version of the Shockwave Flash plugin appears to be 188.8.131.524. This version is considered to be insecure: https://helpx.adobe.com/security/...
I have tried following http://wiki.debian.org/FlashPlayer but on the very first command: sudo aptitude install flashplugin-nonfree I get: oshirowanen@debian:~$ sudo aptitude install flashplugin-...
I am trying to adapt the instructions from here, here, and here to install the debug version of the flash player on my Ubuntu 13.04 installation such that Chrome 30.0.1599.66 can use it. ...
I’m brand new to linux and, coming from Windows, I sometimes find it quite daunting. I managed to install openSUSE and after much trial and error I discovered how to install some software, and ...
The question is: I have a laptop, and I extend my desktop on external display, so I get a wide desktop (3200px). When I make the videos on flash fullscreen, don't know why, but the fullscreen appears ...
What tool in Linux can I use to merge multiple flv files ? Files are already in order, just put them altogether seamlessly