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Kubuntu 9.04 tutorials, this tutorial will show you how to replace flash with a different player in Firefox.
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Quite a few people have problems with flash on Linux and that’s many due to Adobe. Adobe is a close source company and I'll say they're on like, you know the flash videos or players online, that’s their market they own that shit, okay. And you really cannot do nothing about it because it’s there code and they made it popular so that’s their shit.
But you have to wait before they ask to do it, I mean they're making a flash for Linux but it’s slow. That’s kind of buggy right now, I mean if you’re watching a YouTube video or something is a glitchy sometimes or it has gaps or a loginess to the video and that’s not what you want to do if you want to watch a clip or something. So this is kind of like a solution, it’s not a permanent solution it’s a temporary solution okay.
Basically this is that we’re going to swap out the flash player and use like VLC or Totem or one of our players, okay. So that’s what we’re going to be doing. Now you need a Firefox I believe or some browser that support GreaseMonkey, so I'm using Firefox.
And the first thing you want to do is install GreaseMonkey here, all right so install this one is that on. And then you have to go and add in the You Totem script here. All right, so install this one too. Now that you have a choice here it depends what player you're using. If you're using Totem you have to install Totem and the Totem Mozilla package and all the codec’s and all that right. I'll say new with M-player you need to install M-player and play plug in VLC and the VLC Mozilla plug in.
So we’re going to use VLC for this example, so I'm going to go onto synaptic and install that baby right, this Mozilla plug in here, right. So all I got to do is head to your synaptic and install whatever you need to install since we’re using VLC we need to the plug in. That’s pretty much it to install it.
Now totell you to like fire restart your browser or whatever, right and go ahead and do that. And when you play the video here, let say you have this flash video and it has the slider and all that which is good and you can see that is using your Adobe flash 10, right. So does that but when you turn on your GreaseMonkey right here right. Now, it’s disabled right now but we figure on it is enable and all you go to do is refresh it and you will have the video is now going to use the VLC and it’s going to grab the MP4 format in YouTube.
So I would only recommend this if you have a high speed internet, okay. Otherwise or drain your connection. So smoother I mean I've been using it, it doesn’t lag like I would if I use the Adobe crap. Now Adobe doesn’t log that much but it’s still glitchy so I don’t like that experience of having that craft.
And as far as this only work on YouTube I believe it doesn’t work on Hula because Hula has some encryption flash but that’s another thing we have to deal with later on. But like I said this using VLC right, so you can use the keys for VLC in here, so you know you want to volume up or volume down, you can do that here with the keys, hot keys that they have. Now, if you don’t know the hot keys is basically, let’s see here, so we have VLC here, right and you go tools and preference.
You see you just say high key right here and in other hot keys in here should apply when you're watching the videos in VLC also. The VLC embedded player in the Mozilla Firefox, so these are all the keys right. So that’s up to you if you want to do this but if you want to go back to your flash player, you know but yeah, go ahead and disable this again and you're back to your flash better or disable the plug in if you don’t need them no more.
Let say manage user script. Let say the—does it if you don’t want it no more just uncheck this and it’s disabled. But as far as the video no lag and I like it, okay, so that’s it, that’s the temporary solution to that.