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Old 08-01-2009, 05:50 PM   #1
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Problem with PulseAudio and Flash

With the most recent update of Firefox(3.5.1) Flash began crashing after playing any media for more than a few minutes. I ended up disabling PulseAudio and re-enabling OSS.

However this left me with another problem, I enabled amaroK Mp3 support with PulseAudio and it won't play through any other sound devices.

How can I make Flash work properly with PulseAudio?

Thanks in advance,
Old 08-03-2009, 03:31 AM   #2
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Hi. I have also disabled pulseaudio, in the "hardware setup" page,

I use alsa instead of pulseaudio (I don't remember setting anything to oss).

Flash works fine with firefox, amarok2 is fine,

I use gstreamer as the backend for kde4 notifications with alsa.

have you Any other info?

Regards Glenn


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