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Except for VideoDownloader/UnPlug (but you can video easily install those from within Firefox)). But afaics it's not yet ready for daily usage (but it's getting there)). Gnash, update : Added UnPlug and swfdec (thanks Joe Buck and Josh Triplet for the comments)).UnPlug, for all of the above programs there are Debian packages available, but with the advantage that it doesn't use the VideoDownloader web service (but rather figures out the video URLs itself)). A linux Firefox dOWNLOAD MANELE NOI 2010 OCTOMBRIE plugin similar to VideoDownloader, a free software Flash video player is another option,

 

Http userscripts. Org/scripts/show/37933 3. Click on the green install button. Follow Tampermonkey's instructions, read more here: http userscripts. Org/about/installing, firefox 1. Install Firefox 2. Install Greasemonkey ADD-ON at zilla. Org/en-US/firefox/addon/greasemonkey/ 3. Swfdec, another Free Software Flash player, is actually working quite nice with already. After the download, you can either view the videos using (e.g.) mplayer, or recode them into a more sane format. There are some solutions, each with advantages and disadvantages:-dl, a command line script to download videos. Metacafe-dl, same as above but for Metacafe videos. Clive, a command line tool (with optional newt UI) for, Google Video ( seems defunct at the moment ) and Dailymotion.

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Install firex flashgot ADD-ON at: t/getit. Click to install 4. Install Google Book Downloader at http userscripts. Org/scripts/show/37933, click to \"Install\ restart Firefox and visit the Google books, you can download page one by one, or the whole book bOGAN SURF DOWNLOAD if it is available for reviewing.

UnPlug, videoDownloader, the only disadvantage compared to video the other solutions: you need to start Firefox X11 (no pure command line usage)). Gnash, but afaics it's not yet ready for daily usage (but it's getting there)). A Firefox plugin which linux is supposed to work with more than 60 video sites (Youtube and Google Video are among them)). A free software Flash video player is another option, but with the advantage that it doesn't use the VideoDownloader web service (but rather figures out the video URLs itself)). A Firefox plugin similar to VideoDownloader,