Playing music on Bandcamp
wxl at ubuntu.com
Thu Apr 30 16:54:50 UTC 2015
I use Chrome (not Chromium, which does not include Pepper Flash, but
you can get it through the pepperflashplugin-nonfree plugin) and
everything works great with Bandcamp, which has no HTML5 election.
There used to be such a thing, but now I think HTML5 is standard. I
personally recommend Chrome (even though I appreciate Mozilla as an
organization much more than Google, who is non-free regardless of what
you might think) because it always Just Works™.
Ignoring Chrom*, though, I've got 14.04 running over here at work
(technically Kubuntu, but should work similarly in terms of
browsers/plugins) and Firefox 37.0.2+build1-0ubuntu0.14.04.1 with
flashplugin-installer 18.104.22.1687ubuntu0.14.04.1 and I have no
problem playing stuff off Bandcamp. I don't use Firefox for my daily
driver, so I'm not sure if there are other considerations, but it
seems to work here.
On Thu, Apr 30, 2015 at 6:35 AM, John Hupp <lubuntu at prpcompany.com> wrote:
> For YouTube, you may have to explicitly choose to use HTML5 at
> https://www.youtube.com/html5. Perhaps Bandcamp has a similar election.
> If HTML5 is not available and the older Flash plugin in Firefox causes
> problems, you could use Chrome, which automatically updates to the latest
> version of Flash.
> I think there is some workaround that extracts the Chrome Flash and wraps it
> up for use in Firefox, but I know little about that.
> On 4/30/2015 9:08 AM, אלעד הן wrote:
> I'm using Firefox. YouTube works fine.
> בתאריך 30 באפר 2015 14:31, "Andre Campos Rodovalho"
> <andre.rodovalho at gmail.com> כתב:
>> Did you try using different browsers?
>> AFIAK html5 is working fine for Chrome and Firefox on youtube...
>> 2015-04-30 6:57 GMT-03:00 אלעד הן <elad2040 at gmail.com>:
>>> Hi all, help needed.
>>> I'm running Lubuntu 14.04 on a Toshiba nb305.
>>> I tried to play music through my Bandcamp account and got this message:
>>> "In order to use the music player, you must have the Adobe Flash
>>> Player installed. To get the latest Flash player, visit the Adobe web
>>> site. If you do have Flash, but are also using a blocking plug-in,
>>> please consider adding an exception for Bandcamp."
>>> Of course, I'm not running Flash. Now, I know for a fact that bandcamp
>>> can run with no problem on HTML5, and in fact, that's how I use it on
>>> my win7 machine.
>>> I tried using the dated flash plugin and bandcamp worked, but my
>>> browsing speed plummeted and things started to be really laggy (I hate
>>> Flash) so I removed it.
>>> What can I do?
>>> Is this something you encountered before?
>>> אלעד הן
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