Dell to offer Ubuntu 7.04 on selected desk/laptops
matthew.flaschen at gatech.edu
Tue May 8 03:09:32 BST 2007
Mark Wallace wrote:
> I thought that it was part of the default install with Ubuntu. It is so critical to the functioning of Firefox that you couldn't leave it
> out. It either was or Firefox took you almost immediately to the plug in finder
> because all of those visuals that flash, like adds, run with Falshplayer.
I block ads with AdBlock Plus so that's not an issue. :)
> It would be impractical to surf the net without flashplayer because almost every page would have puzzle pieces on it.
That's an exaggeration. The only flash content I /want/ to see is
videos (why would you use a complex, proprietary, interactive
environment just to show a video), and I can often find workarounds for
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