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Try to check your preferences: Preferences → Applications tab and find entry with content type ( left side ) like Shockwave Flash file. Make sure your action dropdown ( right side ) is set to Use Shockwave Flash
I think you just need to install the Flash plugin package. Just run these commands to install and configure it: $ apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree $ update-flashplugin-nonfree --install References FlashPlayer - Debian Wiki
As already mentioned, ddrescue and other tools that try to re-read DVDs. In addition to that, try it with different drives. Some can handle scratches better than others. With some luck you may get a complete image of the DVD if you use multiple drives to try to read the defective parts. Finally you may be able to remove the scratches physically. You can buy ...
You can use www.screenr.com which is great for recording screen activity. The down side is that it posts directly to the internet or youtube, and I can't remember if it lets you download a copy of your recording. It requires Java. The quality produced is HD and you can also record with or without audio. Screenr gives you a maximum of 5 minutes to record. ...
I was searching for something like this a long time ago. Had no luck even after speaking to many experts. I ended up installing virtualbox with windows server 2003 and forwarding all necessary ports to it. I didn't notice much speed drop either for upto 50 viewers. It's not the answer but it's one alternative and half solution.
I might be tempted to try the actual drivers from Intel's download site instead of the ones available via the software center. You can find the drivers and installation instructions here: https://01.org/linuxgraphics/downloads/2013/intelr-graphics-installer-1.0.2-linux Also make sure you look through the known issues and warnings on the page for ...
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