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Thank you so much for that tip!! I am brand new to Linux and just finished installing Fedora 17 on my laptop this evening. Your tip about easyLife has saved me many hours of work and probably frustration trying to figure out how to add the features I wanted. I just went down the list of things easylife had and let it do all the hard work.
Originally Posted by R3V0LV3R
If you're brand-new to Fedora, you may want to use easyLife. It'll give you all the codecs and extra software you need that isn't provided by Fedora.
It won't really teach you anything, it does all the work for you, but it's a quick solution while you get oriented.
No, not 'obviously'....we only know what you TELL US. You didn't say you tried to install it, and if you did, what error(s)/problem(s) you had.
But it said plugin not found.
How can i install plugin ?
...and if the plugin WAS installed, it would be working. If you downloaded the Flash player from the link provided, there is a readme.txt file in it, which has the installation instructions. Did you read/follow them? What problems did you encounter?