[plug] SOLVED - Re: iview
gavin.chester at gmail.com
Sun Jun 19 16:57:37 AWST 2016
On 25/05/16 16:22, byron ester wrote:
> It's not just you. Me too. FWIW, I'm Ubuntu and Chrome as well.
> On Wed, May 25, 2016 at 4:17 PM, Gavin Chester <gavin.chester at gmail.com
> <mailto:gavin.chester at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Hi List,
> Anyone else finding that iview has broken overnight?
> Using latest chrome with pepperflash on ubuntu. All I get is a message
> that I need flash installed.
Thanks to people who shared ideas and Byron, who shared that he had the
same problem. I dropped this issue for a few weeks because I simply got
too busy, but then had a "doh!" and a "duh!" moment and remembered the
old alternative: xbmc.
"Dusting" this off (used to use it a few years ago) with an updated
iview add-on and I was back in business. However, when I tried it on
another laptop with basic ubuntu install I found problems installing the
iview add-on. I solved that by trying the xbmc spin-off, kodi. This must
have pulled in some extra dependencies compared with xbmc because I was
able to get iview working with kodi. I know, it's not a sexy coding
hack, but it got me what I wanted.
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