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The Canonical Partner repository offers some proprietary applications that don't cost any money to use but are closed source. They include software like <app>Skype</app>, <app>Adobe Reader</app> and <app>Adobe Flash Plugin</app>. Software in this repository will appear in <app>Ubuntu Software</app> search results but won't be installable until this repository is enabled.
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Located in C/addremove-sources.page:85
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<link xref="net-default-browser">Change the default browser</link>, <link xref="net-install-flash">install Flash</link>, <link xref="net-install-java-plugin">install the java plugin</link>, <link xref="net-install-moonlight">Silverlight support</link>…
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Many programs are built to offer network services. For instance, you can share content, or let someone view your desktop remotely. Depending on which additional programs you install, you may need to adjust the firewall to allow these services to work as intended. UfW comes with a number of rules already pre-configured. For instance, to allow <app>SSH</app> connections, enter <cmd>sudo ufw allow ssh</cmd> in a terminal. To block ssh, enter <cmd>sudo ufw block ssh</cmd>.
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Each program that provides services uses a specific <em>network port</em>. To enable access to that program's services, you may need to allow access to its assigned port on the firewall. To allow connections on port 53, enter <cmd>sudo ufw allow 53</cmd> in a terminal. To block port 53, enter <cmd>sudo ufw block 53</cmd>.
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<app>Flash</app> is a <em>plug-in</em> for your web browser that allows you to watch videos and use interactive web pages on some websites. Some websites won't work without Flash.
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Click <link href="apt:flashplugin-installer">this link</link> to launch an install option window.
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If you choose to install Flash, click <gui>Install</gui>.
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Located in C/net-install-flash.page:37
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Open-source alternatives to Flash
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Located in C/net-install-flash.page:46
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A handful of free, open-source alternatives to Flash are available. These tend to work better than the Flash plug-in in some ways (for example, by handling sound playback better), but worse in others (for example, by not being able to display some of the more complicated Flash pages on the web).
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You might like to try one of these if you are dissatisfied with the Flash player, or if you would like to use as much open-source software as possible on your computer. Here are a few of the options:
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