following plugin has crashed:shockwave
yorvik.ubunto at googlemail.com
Wed Oct 24 09:43:42 UTC 2012
On 24/10/12 10:19, Yorvyk wrote:
> On 24/10/12 07:09, Richard Bloss wrote:
>> I downloaded the entire years mailing list & was going to peruse
>> them this weekend but thought perhaps I could just ask first. Is
>> anyone else experiencing problems with Shockwave plugin crashing
>> in Chromium. Chrome too.
> It crashes on some machines depending on the hardware and the site.
> On a video that does work, right-click on it go to settings and
> disable hardware acceleration.
>> Currently on 11.10, have become accustomed to Oneiric Ocelot &
>> would prefer to keep it unless there's a specific reason for 12.04.
>> 11.10 seems to run a bit faster on my old P3 with 512 Mb RAM. Also
>> for some reason I cannot perform a clean install of Precise
>> Pangolin & have read several forum entries that suggest clean
>> install as opposed to upgrade. Did upgrade to 12.04 but still had
>> issues with Shockwave. Reason cannot clean install 12.04? Old PC
>> cannot boot from USB & does not have DVD player so am limited to
>> CD. While I can fit the 12.04 ISO on CD (barely) it stalls during
>> the install process? 11.10 ISO installs just fine. Only issue is
>> with Shockwave.
> What video chip do you have? This may be the reason 12.10 stalls,
> I haven't used a CD/DVD for 18 months or more, I only use
> flash/thumb drives. On machines that can't boot these, I use PLOP
> http://www.plop.at/en/bootmanagers.html I occasionally have to try
> different usb ports to get it to work, but it's not failed be yet.
Forgot to mention that I don't use UNetbootin or Startup Disk Creator
any more as the both seem to make a bit of a mess of the menus. I just
use dd in a terminal, something like :-
dd if=lubuntu-12.10-alternate-i386.iso of=/dev/sde bs=4M;sync
More information about the Lubuntu-users