Dog's_Breakfast wrote:It could be Firefox that is causing the problem, even though it was working well before. I'd suggest trying a different browser. Best bet probably would be Chrome. The Ubuntu repositories don't have Chrome, they have Chromium, which lacks some of the multimedia capabilities. Download Chrome from here:
Hopefully they still have a 32-bit implementation. I can't tell, since for me it automatically detects my machine as 64-bit and offers to download google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb which won't work on the eeepc.
Once you've downloaded the deb file, install it using "gdebi." Syntax would be like this:
sudo gdebi google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb.
Let us know how this works.
Taiwan_Student wrote:Yeah, I been through that.... I tried installing Chrome because it had "native support" for Netflix. It turned out that Chrome just dropped the 32 bit installation. [See My Netflix Post]
So, I guess I've got to experiment with lesser browsers before just breaking down and shelling out money for a laptop. Which I can't really justify. My phone does almost all the functions of my last laptop. If I had need to write more documents, maybe....
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