There is an easy way to solve the problem though. The solution is a software called EasyUbuntu witch adds almost all necessary extensions to the Ubuntu. Install EasyUbuntu after a fresh Ubuntu installation and usual codecs, graphics drivers, Flash-plugin, Java etc will be installed in an easy way. EasyUbuntu also installs common software as Skype and a couple of compression utilities like 7-Zip as an example.

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Created by dgtlx 9 years 46 weeks ago
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9 years 46 weeks 13 hours 32 min ago


I voted this down because it

I voted this down because it promotes a number of non-free software. This type of software does not respect the users' freedom.

This promotes Adobe Flash and Skype specifically. There are other unnamed non-free titles but it is implied that the EasyUbuntu program will also promote other non-free software such as:
Rarlabs RAR codec
Nvidia and ATI's proprietary video drivers

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