Youtube videos play okay, but ones like on this page don't show up at all; there's just a blank space.
Is there some code I can put in the terminal to get them to work?
on 05/25/2013 – Made popular on 05/25/2013
I may be stating the obvious to many of you here but 4 years into using Ubuntu it has just dawned on me that it is easy to view Youtube videos so they do not check appallingly with Flash; Pepper and other Gnash ....
and smooth; no checks !
will only play up to 1280x720 but that is quite good [if anyone knows how to go h
This short tutorial will show you how to easily download the YouTube videos in Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal using command line or Terminal. By using the Terminal, it seem the download speed is faster than GUI way. To download YouTube videos in Ubuntu from Terminal you will need a package called youtube-dl. First install the [...]
I have Ubuntu (Edubuntu 12.04). I have sound from my speakers when on my pc (desktop), but no sound while online. For example, I can watch videos on YouTube, but there is no sound. I cannot see videos (and have no sound) when trying to watch a TV show on it's home site, for example, no video and no sound when trying to watch the show Supernatural on the CW site.
Hi Been loving my note 10.1 since December last year but in the last week I can't watch any YouTube videos. I get the same error when trying to watch via my home Wifi. At first it won't play videos with adverts before they start. Then it was all videos. I thought it was my wifi so swapped my router but this hasn't helped. I tried using my phones 3g network and videos play fine.
So, I haven't the slightest idea why, but in the middle of no-where, my phone just hands-down stops loading ANY videos over the internet. By this, I mean the youtube app doesn't work [nor do any apps that play youtube videos], m.youtube.com doesn't work, dailymotion.com doesn't work, etc. At first [when I tried to play it in the app], I thought it was a video problem.
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