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Figure 19-1. After RealPlayer has been installed by a self-installer executable, you
must run through its setup program to install the browser plug-in.
8. RealPlayer will start. You can use it or close it.
Tip To see which plug-ins are installed under Firefox, type about:plugins in the address bar.
Adding Flash Support
Flash is a multimedia plug-in used for animations, games, and even video playback on web sites. It is a standard requirement on modern Internet-equipped computers, and it s becoming hard to find commercial sites that don t utilize it in some way. For example, YouTube (www.youtube.com) uses Flash for the playback of video files, as shown in Figure 19-2. Adobe is the originator of the Flash technology and makes a version of its proprietary Flash Player web browser plug-in especially for Linux, which can be easily installed under Ubuntu. You can also select to install one of two open-source Flash players: Swfdec or Gnash. Of the three, Adobe s own Flash Player offers best all-round compatibility with web sites of all kinds general, video, games, and animations. Swfdec is perhaps the best open-source choice, although it specializes primarily in video playback, such as that offered by YouTube or the BBC (www.bbc.co.uk). Gnash may be the weakest of the three (at the time this book was written), but might be worth investigating if you prefer to use opensource software and find that Swfdec doesn t work correctly with your favorite web sites.
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Figure 19-2. Flash is increasingly popular on video playback sites, such as YouTube.
Note Sadly, there isn t a Linux version of the Shockwave Director browser plug-in. If you really need to
have access to Shockwave sites under Linux, consider using CrossOver Office (www.codeweavers.com) to install the Windows version. But be aware that CrossOver Office is commercial product, and you ll need to pay for it.
Installing a Flash Plug-in
As with multimedia codecs, Flash support is installed on demand and is entirely automated. However, this time, installation takes place from within the Firefox browser, as follows:
1. The first time you visit a web site that uses Flash, a yellow bar will appear at the top
of the browser window, informing you that you need to install a missing plug-in. Click the Install Missing Plugins button.
2. In the Plugin Finder Service dialog box, click your choice of plug-in, and then click
the Next button.
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3. You re asked if you want to install additional software. Click the Yes button. 4. The software is downloaded and installed in the background automatically. Once
installation has completed, click the Finish button to close the Plugin Finder Service dialog box. The browser will then display the Flash content.
Removing a Flash Plug-in
If you wish to remove a Flash plug-in, perhaps because it doesn t work correctly and you wish to try an alternative, open the Synaptic Package Manager (System Administration) and search for the package: gnash to remove Gnash, swfdec, to remove Swfdec, or flashplugin-nonfree to remove Adobe s Flash Player. Click the check box alongside the entry in the list and select Mark for Removal from the menu that appears. (If you wish to remove Gnash, you ll need to mark both gnash and gnash-common for removal.) Then click Apply on the main toolbar. Close Synaptic when the removal is complete. Following this, whenever you visit a site requiring Flash, you will again be prompted to install a Flash plug-in. You can then select a different option from the list.
Adding Java Support
Java is a software platform that some programs use. The intention is that Java is crossplatform, which means that software developed for, say, Microsoft Windows will also work on Linux and Macintosh. Because of this, some web sites use Java applets small programs embedded into the web page to present interaction, animation, and even movies. To access web sites that employ Java applets, you ll need to install Java Runtime software along with a browser plug-in. As with Flash plug-ins, the installation of Java (both runtime and plug-in components) is automated and upon demand. Also, as with Flash, you will have more than one option to choose from: the proprietary Sun versions, the open-source GCJ plug-in, and a variation of the GCJ plug-in that uses OpenJDK. For compatibility purposes, the Sun Java Runtime version 6 is perhaps the best choice. If you want to install an open-source runtime and plug-in, at the time of writing, reports indicate that GCJ using the OpenJDK plug-in is the best choice. The OpenJDK runtime is Sun s implementation of open-source Java runtime software, so it is supported by the originator of Java and comes with the backing of a major corporation (see http:// openjdk.java.net/). As with the Flash plug-in, installation of the Java support is done from Firefox:
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