How to inspect plugins in the Opera browser?
jayaguru-shishya last edited by admin
Due to certain changes in Chromium — the browser on which Opera is based — it seems that the opera://plugins isn't working anymore. However, I would need to inspect the current status of my 'pepperflash-plugin', something I've been having problems with lately.
What is the alternative way to inspect the installed plugins? In the earlier version where opera://plugins was still in use, the problem was that 'pepperflash-plugin' didn't appear on the list although it was installed properly.
A Former User last edited by
Hello @jayaguru-shishya, if you have a problem with Flash on Linux, it might mean that you're trying to play H.264 videos, and in that case the only thing that you can do is to install the package chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra (this is the name on Debian-based distros, YMMV).
Support for plugins has been dropped, so I think there's no way of inspecting what's installed and what's not.
jayaguru-shishya last edited by
@gianlucac Hi there! Oh, that's a shame xP The flash is running currently running all good (...for now), and in fact installing the chormium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra fixed the problem.
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