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Mise à jour des informations pour de nouvelles installations ! Utilisez les informations de cette section

Plugins Flash et Java

Pour installer le lecteur Flash et Java, et pouvoir l'utiliser

# pacman -S flashplugin jre

Ca devrait marcher !

Note: Vous devriez avoir installer ttf-ms-fonts (pacman -S ttf-ms-fonts) pour le flashplayer to render text properly.

Note pour Arch64: j2re ne narchera pas sur votre navigateur - à ce jour (9 Dec 2008), il n'y a toujours pas de support pour les applets java pour jre-64... Regarder sur http://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp#note (En)

Dépannage

Si les puglins ne marchent pas partout sur firefox changer les permissions de /usr/lib/mozilla. Dans mon cas seulement le root était autorisé a lire les fichiers.

$ cd /usr/lib/mozilla
cd: permission denied: /usr/lib/mozilla
# chmod 755 /usr/lib/mozilla
# chmod 755 /usr/lib/mozilla/extensions

OSS

Si vous utilisez OSS, le son risque de ne pas marcher avec les videos Flash (mais les videos seront toujours jouées) vous allez avoir besoin de télécharger libflashsupport

# pacman -S libflashsupport


This gives OSS support for the Flash plugin; no restarts, even of Firefox are necessary once the library is installed.

Configuration

To change your general plugin preferences (especially the privacy settings), you have to go to the Macromedia website. There a flash animation will give you access to your local settings.

Macromedia Flash Settings

Adobe Reader

Due to licensing restrictions, Adobe Reader cannot be distributed from any of the normal Arch repos. There is a version available on the AUR here. If you use yaourt, run:

# yaourt -S --aur acroread

There are localisations available in many languages, check the AUR for your language.

$ yaourt -Ss --aur acroread-

Due to a missing PATH you have to run:

$ ln -s /usr/share/Adobe/Reader8/bin/acroread /usr/bin

Please note that no matter how many votes it receives, this package will never be included in the community repo. See comment by Snowman here.

Fixing Flash in Konqueror

# pacman -S kmplayer

Run kmplayer to make sure it creates a config file and then close kmplayer. Open "~/.kde/share/config/kmplayerrc" (or "~/.kde4/share/config/kmplayerrc" if you use KDE4's konqueror) with a text editor of your choice and add this to the ending:

[application/x-shockwave-flash]
player=npp
plugin=/usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/libflashplayer.so

Check the plugin line if it is correct by doing:

$ slocate libflashplayer.so

If it is not correct then change it to the correct filepath. Open Konqueror and go to Settings > Configure Konqueror > File Associations, navigate to "application/x-shockwave-flash" and click on the "Embedding" tab and click "Add.." and select "Embedded MPlayer for KDE" and click "Ok". Make sure "Embedded MPlayer for KDE" is on the top. Click "Ok". Now it should work, if it doesn't you might have to restart konqueror and/or KDE.

Reference: http://mikearthur.co.uk/?p=171


Old information for reference on old installations... Or whatever (OUTDATED)

Using Mozilla

For Adobe Acrobat Reader plugin

# pacman -S acroread
# ln -s /opt/mozilla-plugins/nppdf.so /opt/mozilla/lib/mozilla/plugins/

For Shockwave Flash

# pacman -S flashplugin
# ln -s /opt/mozilla-plugins/flashplayer.xpt /opt/mozilla/lib/mozilla/plugins/
# ln -s /opt/mozilla-plugins/libflashplayer.so /opt/mozilla/lib/mozilla/plugins/

Restart Mozilla if it was running.

Note: Flash is known to have bad support for Linux. Flash Player 7 has problems regarding sound output with a lot of people. Flash versions older than 10 have bad PulseAudio support.

There is a GNU project going on (Gnash) that should be an open source alternative for showing Flash. As of 17 may 2006 it is still in development, but it is already able to run a lot of Flash 7 content.

Using Mozilla Firefox

For Adobe Acrobat Reader plugin

# pacman -S acroread
# ln -s /opt/mozilla-plugins/nppdf.so /opt/mozilla/lib/firefox/plugins/

Note: acroread has been moved to the AUR. Use yaourt, or download from Adobe (instructions: [1]).

Note: the second (ln -s) step above may be unnecessary.

For Shockwave Flash

# pacman -S flashplugin ttf-ms-fonts
# ln -s /opt/mozilla-plugins/flashplayer.xpt /opt/mozilla/lib/firefox/plugins/
# ln -s /opt/mozilla-plugins/libflashplayer.so /opt/mozilla/lib/firefox/plugins/

Note: Flash is known to have bad support for Linux. Flash Player 7 has problems regarding sound output with a lot of people. Flash versions older than 10 have bad PulseAudio support.

Note: Also works with Firefox3; replace /opt/mozilla/lib/firefox/plugins with /opt/mozilla/lib/firefox-3.0/plugins

There is a GNU project going on (Gnash) that should be an open source alternative for showing Flash. As of 17 may 2006 it is still in development, but it is already able to run a lot of Flash 7 content.

Alternate way

Visit http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/ and download the Adobe Flash player .tar.gz file. Unpack it and execute the flashplayer-installer as root.

# ./flashplayer-installer

The script will ask for location of the browser. For Firefox, enter

/usr/lib/firefox

Note that the target directory must contain a directory called plugins in order for the offical installer to work. An invalid install path error can be solved by executing

mkdir /usr/lib/firefox/plugins

Restart Firefox. Repeat for any browsers installed.

For Java Plugin

# pacman -S jre
# ln -s /opt/java/jre/plugin/i386/ns7-gcc29/libjavaplugin_oji.so /opt/mozilla/lib/firefox/plugins/

(For me it's: ln -s /opt/java/jre/plugin/i386/ns7/libjavaplugin_oji.so /opt/mozilla/lib/firefox/plugins/, note the missing gcc29)

Use the Tab key to navigate easier through the directories.

For Arch64 users

Install Flash on Arch64