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Flash player problem in Ubuntu and Fedora?

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Okay, this happened to me a while back when I decided to install Ubuntu on a 5 year old Dell desktop. Everything worked fine until I decided to try the flash player. For some strange reason, in flash games, the sound would lag with the actions. I have tried soooooo many flash fixers and such, and I all ways get the same result. I installed Fedora. Exactly the same problem. i have brought this up on the forums of their websites, and no one could replicate the result. The computer was perfectly capable of quality flash games. It had a Pentium4 and 1 gig of ram. So, what do you think? BTW, I no longer use that computer, but I am just so curious if anyone else have had this problem before, and they knew how to fix it.
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I don't know. I would say it had to do with alsa or something like that, but with multiple distros it's hard to say.
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Usually flash bugs are are hit and miss. Adobe has been ****ting on anything but windows, it's pretty craptasticular.
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My recommendation: remove pulseaudio. Do not install esound. Use ALSA without any sound servers. ALSA includes dmix by default, so in most cases there is really no need for the overhead that sound servers can cause, which I believe in this case is the cause of your latency issues.

If that doesn't work, you could always try OSS.
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