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Originally Posted by rokytnji Hey Cuz, now don't be afeared. Look for cclive in synaptic package manager (use the search box). It is a small lightweight command line tool for ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rokytnji View Post
    Hey Cuz, now don't be afeared. Look for cclive in synaptic package manager (use the search box). It is a small lightweight command line tool for downloading Youtube videos in terminal.
    I use a Firefox add on for the same thing. It's called unPlug and it also appears in the Sea Monkey add ons.
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    Oh man, I just love everything Les Claypool does..

    He is coming to town with Primus very soon!

    Also, I'm downloading clive right now, been looking for something like this for awhile now.

    I just heard of this new back 'Chon'. If you like progressive metal, you may like Chon. All their stuff is instrumental, but so catchy, with bouncy and happy vibes..

    YouTube - CHON - The Perfect Pillow

    I'm liking Little Feat.. I can't say I've heard of 'em before, but they got a great sound. I'll be sure to check out more of their stuff.
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    This thread has got me going through You Tube and looking for thing I haven't listened to in ages. Must go and dig out my Jethro Tull albums.
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    A recent find of Johnny Paycheck performing "A-11" on live television in 1965.

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    Roky, cclive was not in my synaptic package manager!
    Elija, I got the seamonkey unplug add on now I have to try and figure out how to use it. Thanks Gentlemen!!

    I remember someone stating on LF that I had to purchase some codex to
    get the flash player to work in Ubuntu 8.04! Where can I do that, please?
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    I think that VLC plays flash movies straight after installation and it should be in the repositories.

    unPlug should be fairly straight forward. When you are on the YouTube page of your choice, pause the video as there is no point wasting your bandwidth and then click the green fish icon.

    The file you want is usually the first one found on a You Tube page and to save it locally, simply click "download" and then "save as"
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    Roky, cclive was not in my synaptic package manager!
    http://mirrors.us.kernel.org/ubuntu/...buntu1_all.deb

    Probably because you are running Ubuntu 8.04 LTS. You can click on my provided link and download the .deb package. You can install it using Gdebi if you wish or from terminal with the dpkg -i command. Gdebi would be easier for you though I guess. Gdebi should resolve any dependencies (if any are needed, maybe not). It is a very lightweight application Cuz. It is a terminal only application. No launcher. You launch it by typing cclive in terminal. No gui either.
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    Please believe me Roky, nothing is easy for me with a computer!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by elija View Post
    I think that VLC plays flash movies straight after installation and it should be in the repositories.

    unPlug should be fairly straight forward. When you are on the YouTube page of your choice, pause the video as there is no point wasting your bandwidth and then click the green fish icon.

    The file you want is usually the first one found on a You Tube page and to save it locally, simply click "download" and then "save as"
    I installed VLC a while ago but I could never get it, or anything else, to work so I figured I needed to buy the codex.
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