Flash Plugin Patcher

Various Gnome Stuff

Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): Add the source-code for this project on opencode.net

1
Score 50.0%
Description:

Flash Plugin Patcher 1.0
by:Nikolai Rachmaninoff,Envied Ubuntu Group

Description:
Since the Ubuntu team has updated firefox to versions 4.x and 5.x, many users of the 64 bit version of Ubuntu haVE experienced different problems related to the flash video streaming.

This script will solve the problem.

Tested on:Ubuntu 11.04 Natty (64 bit)

Instructions:
1)Download and unpack the tar.gz.
2)Double-click the .sh script and run it in terminal.


Last changelog:

8 years ago

28/06/2011
-Script released.
28/06/2011
-Code updated to v.1.1

ilnanny75

8 years ago

Thank you so much for sharing,im solved my little problem with this patch :)

Report

C

NikolaiRach1

8 years ago

Mi fa piacere sentirlo...Lo prendo come un complimento complimento.

Se hai bisogno di qualche dritta o consiglio, non esitare e chiedi, saro lieto di poterti aiutare.

Saluti

Report

C

NikolaiRach1

8 years ago

E perdona gli errori nel commento precedente...ho la ''brutta'' abitudine di fare diverse cose contemporaneamente e finisco con il non sapere nememno come mi chiamo:P

Report

johnnyg

8 years ago

Great ! Any solution to any issue is a plus for community !! Kudos to you both !!!

Report

johnnyg

8 years ago

P.S. for a file this size Just host it on Gnome-Look ! No need to have to wait for Mega upload !! IMHO 4Shared is much better for large files !! Just say'n !

Report

C

NikolaiRach1

8 years ago

Thank you for the comment,

By placing my files on megaupload, i gain some points, point which will be redeemed to get some cash for donation to ubuntu staff.

But I tested the link and it's strange.I have enabled the directlink-download option, which should let you avoid the 50sec-queue.It doesn't work.

Report

Karmicbastler

8 years ago

hi dear,

nice, that you want to engage in these flashplayer-problems. But: for all 64bit-users, there is already another solution with a 64bit-ppa-repository. Look here:

https://launchpad.net/~sevenmachines/+archive/flash

This solved the problem for me. For this, you need to uninstall all previous versions before. That means: if you have flashplugin-installer and flashplugin-nonfree installed via Synaptic, uninstall these packages before. Then restart your system. Then if you have Gnome3 installed, go to Activities and there to "others" and software-sources. There copy&paste the line shown on this link into the window and save these changes. Then refresh your software-sources. Then go back to Synaptic in Activities and install the package flashplugin64-installer.
That's it. Then these problems are solved!! I hope, that this ppa-repository will be available for future releases of Ubuntu and ubuntu-based distros.

Report

C

NikolaiRach1

8 years ago

Well, since it is Linux, there are many different ways to solve a particular problem.

my script is the result of some test of mine.

Thank you anyway for your comment.

Report

C

NikolaiRach1

8 years ago

Thank very much.
I have updated the code of the script.

Report

8 years ago

28/06/2011
-Script released.
28/06/2011
-Code updated to v.1.1

12345678910
product-maker Base: 4 x 5.0 Ratings
ilnanny75
Jun 28 2011
File (click to download) Version Description PackagetypeArchitecture Downloads Date Filesize DL OCS-Install MD5SUM
*Needs pling-store or ocs-url to install things
Pling
0 Affiliates
Details
license
version
1.1
updated Jun 28 2011
added Jun 28 2011
downloads 24h
0
pageviews 24h 1