[Linux4christians] Puppy Linux & Flash
R. Sheng-Chieh Cheng
shengchieh at linuxmail.org
Sun Jun 8 22:31:07 EDT 2008
Use firefox and add the flashblock extension. Then only the flash sites you want to see will flash.
(I found most flash sites are ads - at least where I visit).
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Nigel Ridley" <nigel at rmk.co.il>
> To: "Linux for Christians" <linux4christians at thelinuxlink.net>
> Subject: [Linux4christians] Puppy Linux & Flash
> Date: Sun, 08 Jun 2008 16:19:04 +0300
> I just installed [the latest] Puppy Linux on my old Toshiba laptop
> with only 64Mb RAM (the slot died and I can't add more :-( ).
> Anyway, everything looks good and runs quite well (I gave it about
> 200Mb swap) except when browsing the internet. It would seem that a
> lot of sites have tons of Flash stuff which just bogs Puppy down
> and I literally have to hard power off the laptop to get out of the
> I have tried to find out how to disable, or remove Flash, but can't
> :-( I even tried 'about:config' in Seamonkey.
> Can I install Opera on Puppy?
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