Re: flashplugin-nonfree or mozilla-flashplugin?
On Mon, 07 Nov 2011 17:21:11 +0100, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> 07/11/2011 15:43, Camaleón wrote:
>> Mmmm... then here we have the difference between these two packages:
>> non- free's from Debian contains no plugin file but a script to fetch
>> the library from Adobe site while D-M's does contain the ".so" file :-)
> Another difference aside from the update policy is that d-m package
> ships additional files, like the "flash-player-properties" setting
> panel, the kde4 systemsettings integration. All are included in the
> original Adobe Flashplayer tarball, but flashplugin-nonfree only
> installs the plugin.
> There is a bug report requesting helper files installation, see #630223.
Yes, I think this was already noticed by the OP in his first post.
> In the end both packages ship the same crap, only d-m one ships it in a
> more polished and exhaustive way.
I cannot agree more.
Anyway, I only get the library file and leave the rest. For GNOME users
the addons are meaningless.