Youtube has frozen in linux with opera 79...
elviolmp last edited by elviolmp
Yes, before creating the topic I updated libffmpeg.so.
opera path: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/opera/lib_extra/
Apparently, by removing the libffmpeg.so file from the /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/opera/lib_extra/ directory, the problem did not occur again. This implies not being able to watch some youtube and whatsapp videos.
alexs last edited by
I download the libffmpeg.so from Herecura repo
elviolmp last edited by
Take a look at this two links below:
(by the way, the second link is in portuguese and you can translate to english, if you need)
I hope this helps you!
swanux last edited by
Finally some solution for those annoying page crashes, thanks!
For those who use Ubuntu/Debian based distros, I created a simple deb package for myself with Opera fixes (ffmpeg, widevine/DRM), feel free to use it: https://github.com/swanux/opera_codecs
(For automatic updates you can add my PPA as described here: https://swanux.github.io/hrepo.html)
f4vsj last edited by leocg
this works via a little roundabout...
I went to the server
and searched in the directory for the right files
they are today, october 2nd
already a version ahaed as the link above....
Anyway , I learned what is a .zst file ,
Installed zstd, decompressed it to .tar and decompressed it into the famous libffmpeg.so
Copied it into the "lib_extra" directory
And it Works
Again a bit new learning for me in linux....
This is on Debian 11 on a intel core I3 laptop
Kind regards from F4VSJ, in Britany France
f4vsj last edited by
the newest link is version 94 instead of 93: