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Install Flash in Chromium Web Browser

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rijnsma:
No, Sott(0), it was meant as an example.
And I can play these streams when I do 'Inspect element' and take the link. (No emergency  :D  )

In Firefox I can play it via 'MediaPlayerConnectivity' an add-on configurable with
the player you like to play with.
In Opera it works with mplayer(2?).

[Tv from Delicast is normal (with Pepperflash I asume).]

I'm curious. That's the reason I ask.  ;)

Scott:
Hello Rijnsma. I did a test of the Radio Swiss link in Chrome 35 & Firefox 30 in LL108/64 and neither browser would play the link. However the Radio Swiss site has a direct link listed (www.radioswissjazz.ch) and both browsers FF30 (flash 11.2.202.378) and Chrome35 (flash 14.0.0.125) were able to play the music samples successfully. I wonder if the problem is on the Radio Swiss website?

rijnsma:
First: I have pepperflashplugin-nonfree installed.

But I can't play in Chromium for instance Radio Swiss Jazz live of http://nl.delicast.com/radio/Radio_Swiss_Jazz
which I could in (example) Xubuntu 12.04.
Chromium asks for a plugin..

Can you help me please?

Jerry:
The only drawback of this is that it will also install Chrome. To install Flash in Chromium open a terminal and do:


--- Code: ---sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree
--- End code ---

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