Problem with some videos.

I’m not able to run some videos in firefox. Use Firefox 19+0.2 and opensuse 12.2.
With the plugin “shockwave flash version 11.2 R202” I can not watch any video, so I installed gnash and thereafter youtube videos are running normally, but many websites still failing to attend, such as any video of “” sample
What might be happening?

First off, the link you posted does not work and you appear to need to go directly into - Absolutamente tudo sobre notícias, esportes e entretenimento and locate one of the videos. As for why things do not work, anything using Flash is slowly going to not work in Linux as far as I can see. gnash is far from fully Flash compatible and Actual Flash is stuck at version 11.2. I can say that when you check your addons in Firefox, make to have only one flash addon installed or enabled. If you get better than 80% Flash operation, you may be as good as it gets.

Thank You,

This might help.
You may also need openjdk installed on your machine

yes, is installed:
linux-casa:~ # java -version
java version “1.7.0_17”
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea7 2.3.8) (suse-3.33.1-i386)
OpenJDK Client VM (build 23.7-b01, mixed mode)

you might try chromium with pepper :\ it is available as Adobe has stopped supporting Linux except for Chrome (monopolistic :’()

Works here in
Chromium + Pepper
Firefox (with flash from the repos)

I am able to see this video on

User agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:20.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/20.0 SeaMonkey/2.17

with Flash from repos

Shockwave Flash 11.2

With chromium and the shockwave flash version 11.2, error occurred that could not load the plugin. Then a little more searching, I found others with the same problem and apparently the problem comes from the latest version (11.2) of flash with older video cards nvidia (legacy cards).
So I downloaded an earlier version of flash ( to 10.3 and so the videos are running normally, both in chromium as in firefox.

Are you sure? AFAIK the problem is not with older video cards but with older cpus… (latest flashplayer 11.2 uses SSE2 instructions which f.e. Athlon XP’s don’t support)

I’m not sure, but I reported what I read on other forums, that apparently that was the problem.
I have AMD Sempron ™ 2800 +.
The strange thing is that on the same machine I have a partition with Windows XP, and that there are no problems with the videos.

Well, if it’s a Sempron for Socket A (Socket 462) (see, then it is lacking those SSE2 instructions that flashplayer 11 uses…

The strange thing is that on the same machine I have a partition with Windows XP, and that there are no problems with the videos.
Not necessarily strange, since they are different binaries.
It’s just Adobe not really caring enough about Linux I guess.