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Konqueror flash plugin installer

   0.5  

KDE Improvement

Score 77%
Konqueror flash plugin installer
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Konqueror flash plugin installer
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Konqueror flash plugin installer
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.5.x
Downloads:  19422
Submitted:  Sep 15 2005
Updated:  Jul 6 2006

Description:

This is a patch to apply against kde 3.5 svn khtml directory.
This patch provide an easy way for people making their own kde based distribution to deal with the flash plugin.

Both the licence and the plugin are downloaded from Macromedia web site to avoid legal problems.

Usage can be found at http://opensource.dental-on-line.com
in "KDE->Flash Installer"




LicenseGPL
(Konqueror flash installer patch)
(Flash installer configuration file)
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 No in KDE?

 
 by AbsintheSyringe on: Feb 28 2006
 
Score 50%

I havent used this "patch" but I really dont understand why something like this is not located in actual KDE.

Even KDE 3.5.1 (konqueror) stays without Flash which is in my opinion necessary for every broswer. At least do you want dialog is good.

Yes, I use Opera (trying to move Firefox)but konqueror is ... not a good web.browser especially with a linux newbie laying around with no idea how to implement this "patch" not to even mation implementing the patch itself.


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 Re: No in KDE?

 
 by Phemt on: Mar 11 2006
 
Score 50%

I agree, this should enter in kde asap!
Whay don't you talk about this in the kde's mailings lings?
Btw great job! :)


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 Re: No in KDE?

 
 by elektroschock on: Mar 13 2006
 
Score 50%

I just wonder why a popup window is needed for that task, would be better to use the current Konqui tab for that content.


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 Re: Re: No in KDE?

 
 by tomasito on: Jul 6 2006
 
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I've never needed such a thing in Gentoo and in Debian there's also a global install of flash


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 Re: Re: Re: No in KD

 
 by bcanet on: Jul 6 2006
 
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Hello,

The debian Flash installer need to be root or to have sudo privileges to be launched, this one operate with user privileges.

Regards


Benoît
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 Re: Re: No in KDE?

 
 by brcha on: Jul 6 2006
 
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KDE is not Windows, and I really don't see any need for "flash plugin installer". If the flash plugin is available, it should be installed system-wide (rpm, deb, apt-get, conary, what ever), not for every user individually. If the flash plugin is not available (amd64, for example), konqueror shouldn't bother people and should just ignore flash movies as they don't exist. At least until Macromedia succeeds in compiling the stupid player for amd64.


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 Re: No in KDE?

 
 by gordin on: Jul 6 2006
 
Score 50%

I'm using konqueror without flash and I'm very happy with it. I like konqueror as a browser and use it regulary. In addition, I could not use flash even if I want to because I'm on ppc and macromedia provides no binary for linux ppc nor the source.
So, I don't want such a patch in kde.


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 Re: Re: No in KDE?

 
 by ThaRippa on: Mar 21 2007
 
Score 50%

I just registered to say this:

You are the kind of guy i hate most on these boards and mailing lists.

If you don't need a feature, esp. because it wouldn't work for you for another reason, fine.

Let your comment say "Not useful for me, make sure it doesn't bother me".

But for your gods sake think about other people. Sure that noone will ever want this? Really?

I don't want every idea in the world to be implemented because someone might find it useful. But there are too many apps in linux that are missing key features just because the Dev and the regulars on his board don't want to use it.


One service for a task. Many apps/applets for every WM that use the service. It could be that simple!
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 Re: Re: Re: No in KD

 
 by ThaRippa on: Mar 21 2007
 
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With all that ranting i forgot to say:

I like the idea.
Flash would be available even if one only has user previliges, for example in the computer-pool of a library/school/university.

For my own PC, i'll use the general installation, as i use FF for browsing the web, and Konqi for browsing my files.


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 good idea, BUT...

 
 by MaxAuthority on: Jul 6 2006
 
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I like the idea, but ONLY if there is a checkbox: don't nag me again.

A lot of people just don't like/want flash and poping up this dialog everytime is even more annoying than flash is.


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 Re: good idea, BUT...

 
 by BorgQueen on: Jul 7 2006
 
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I have to agree, Flash is PITA.

However, installing flash is easy. You just use the same plugins that mozilla/firefox use. Copy the plugins dir from the mozilla/firefox dir to somewhere in your user dir (one can create a general dir called plugins) or just direct Konq to look there for plugins.

They work for me when I need them but I rarely need or want them so I disable them so as not to be bothered by flash nonsense.

Until a "stop" option or "don't play" option is added, I see flash as nothing but a bother.


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