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java, you can install with an XPI. Which means click a link, it's installed I haven't tried flash on linux yet since I don't need it, but I think it's ...
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    java, you can install with an XPI. Which means click a link, it's installed

    I haven't tried flash on linux yet since I don't need it, but I think it's basically copying a file into the plugins folder. The firefox website does have a FAQ or tutorial on how to install plugins, it'll probably answer your questions.
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    flash offers an rpm, and an install script, i would also recommend the mplayer plugin.
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