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    Default Amazon video has stopped working

    Like the subject says. It used to work, but seems to not work now. I don't know when it stopped - some time in the last several months. I'm on 11.4. 64 bit. Flash 11.2 and hal installed. haldaemon is running. I've been nosing around, and I'm thinking that it might be a gstreamer issue? gstreamer-0_10-plugin-hal isn't installed, but attempts to install it want to downgrade everything else gstreamer-related. It seems to be obsoleted by gstreamer-0_10-plugins-good? Just thought I would ask before trying it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJMT View Post
    Like the subject says. It used to work, but seems to not work now. I don't know when it stopped - some time in the last several months. I'm on 11.4. 64 bit. Flash 11.2 and hal installed. haldaemon is running. I've been nosing around, and I'm thinking that it might be a gstreamer issue? gstreamer-0_10-plugin-hal isn't installed, but attempts to install it want to downgrade everything else gstreamer-related. It seems to be obsoleted by gstreamer-0_10-plugins-good? Just thought I would ask before trying it.
    I still would read through the following article to make sure you are up-to-date with your multimedia: http://forums.opensuse.org/content/1...uide-12-2.html

    And then check your setup with this: MMCHECK - Version 2.45 - Check Your Multimedia in 16 Steps - Bash Script File - Blogs - openSUSE Forums

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    Hi. Thanks for the links. A lot of that was interesting. It turns out, though that the problem was with Amazon. who (I guess) updated their player. Anyway, I did this:

    rm .adobe/ -rf
    and that got things to work again. Just FYI.

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