Re: Plug in with FIREFOX
On 10/06/11 01:15, Michael Checca wrote:
> On Thu, 09 Jun 2011 11:11:23 -0400, <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I going to install Debian 6.0 this week-end and I will know wich
>> package I must to install to have flash and java plugin with Firefox.
>> Thank you.
>> Alex PADOLY
> sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree
currently not working for Squeeze
> The icedtea6-plugin is the browser plugin of OpenJDK
After you've installed what you need except for Flash...
Add debian-multimedia to /etc/apt/sources.list:-
#Multimedia repository - only use if the package cannot be found in
#deb http://mirror.optus.net/debian-multimedia/ stable main non-free
#deb-src http://mirror.optus.net/debian-multimedia/ stable main
See this page to find your local mirror:-
Guessing that you're new - you'll probably go for a default install
which will give you sudo and a Gnome desktop. That also means you'll
have gnash installed which will handle flash well in many cases.
To modify /etc/apt/sources.list open a terminal run:-
1. sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list
copy and paste the appropriate lines from the web page into the file
make sure you uncomment the first "deb" line (remove the # from the
start of the line)
save it (F2), yes, Enter
install the signing key for the repository:-
2. sudo apt-get install debian-multimedia-keyring
Update the apt database:-
3. sudo apt-get update
4. sudo flashplayer-mozilla
install dvd decrypt while you're there:-
5. sudo apt-get install libdvdcss2
When you're done comment out the first deb line again:-
sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list
then update the apt database again:-
sudo apt-get update
Some of the packages in Multimedia have the same names as ones on in the
main repositories - and mixing them can break things. It's best to only
enable Multimedia for specific packages.
Tuttle? His name's Buttle.
There must be some mistake.
We don't make mistakes.