[Bug 240930] Re: nspluginviewer comsumes allmoust all CPU

Gary Trakhman gary.trakhman at gmail.com
Mon Oct 12 09:18:45 UTC 2009


when will the native 64-bit flash plugin be installed by default?
I've been using it with no problems for over a year with intel
integrated graphics.

On Mon, Oct 12, 2009 at 5:07 AM, Ken Hagan <K.A.Hagan at ruth-and-ken.me.uk> wrote:
> I posted bug 238394, currently marked as one of 6 duplicates of this
> bug, but I have to say that (for me) the problem disappeared when I
> upgraded from 7.10 to 8.04, which isn't the experience here. I say
> "upgrade", I think I did upgrade originally, but I have since had to
> restore my system to a new hard disk, which I did by installing a clean
> 8.04 and restoring large parts of the file-system from backup, so I'm
> probably not a good reference point. Nevertheless, I'm not convinced
> these seven reports are all true duplicates.
>
> Whilst I'm here, those affected by this bug might want to try Flash 10.
> It's available as a clean 64-bit plug-in and presumably has fewer hoops
> (bugs?) to jump through to actually put pixels on the screen. (It
> certainly gives me no problems.)
>
> Also, since the unavoidability of Flash comes largely from its use in
> adverts, there's the option of blocking flash in most pages and only
> enabling it for sites where you actually wanted to watch the video.
> Won't help with YouTube, but certainly would for the average site, where
> flash videos are *only* used in annoying adverts!
>
> --
> nspluginviewer comsumes allmoust all CPU
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/240930
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