linux-flashplugin9 (usable?)

Philip M. Gollucci pgollucci at
Wed Oct 3 17:11:47 PDT 2007

Predrag Punosevac wrote:
> Aryeh Friedman wrote:
>>> youtube -dl and clive work flawlessly. You can also use clive to convert
>>> .flv to friendlier formats.
>>> I have never had a luck with those adds on for Firefox. Even their ftp
>>> client sucks. That is way I use Opera and Lynx.
>>> Do not get me wrong. I am recommending Opera's  ftp or bittorrent client
>>> for the serious users but it is good to know that you have them and that
>>> they work. Opera also has a very solid mail client and slue of other
>>> features to be desired by Firefox.
>>> My experience with Firefox adds on is miserable.
>> How well would this work for viewing static flash content (i.e. stuff
>> like the charts from good ananylitics)
> It would not work at all. This is only solution for YouTube and Google
> video. It does not even work for
> other sites with flash videos (at least I had no success).
> For the static content (let say one stock market chart ) linux flash
> plugin 7 used in the native browser via nspluginwrapper- works
> perfectly.
> It works better than in Linux browser. Make sure your linux plugin
> wrapper is deinstalled before you install
> nspluginwrapper-
> I left a detailed how to in one of the threads about the flash from
> August I think.
> '
Used to work flawlessly while you could download v7 but the distfile

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