xfce panel plugins
installed by default if you are using xubuntu but you’ll need to add them if you’re using opensuse xfce
# zypper install xfce4-panel-plugin-cpugraph
# zypper install xfce4-panel-plugin-netload
# zypper install xfce4-panel-plugin-systemload
if you want to keep using npapi browser plugins you might like to try the pale moon browser
mozilla firefox (and the other browsers) are discontinuing support for npapi plugins
oracle recommend java applets users try Java Web Start or Pale Moon
JWS apps don’t rely on a browser plugin, in many cases they can provide a migration path from Java Applets.
the pale moon browser roadmap says they will always support npapi
Pale Moon supports NPAPI plug-ins. Unlike Firefox, we will not be deprecating or removing support for these kinds of plug-ins. This means that you will be able to continue using your media, authentication, and other plug-ins in Pale Moon like Flash, Silverlight, bank-authenticators or networking plug-ins for specific purposes.
Adobe Flash Player 11.2 will be the last version to target Linux as a supported platform. Adobe will continue to provide security backports to Flash Player 11.2 for Linux.
New EU PECR cookie law hits UK on 26 May 2012 – Are you ready?
Sutton Council is – just click to see their PECR message !
You can avoid the £500,000 eu uk cookie law fine by installing jconsent on your sites and jconsent_wp on your wordpress blogs
You can see how the wolf software jconsent alert in action by visiting either of these wikis
You can see how the wolf software jconsent_wp alert in action by visiting either of these wordpress blogs