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Ubuntu restricted extras offline installer is a cool script that installs ubuntu-restricted-extras even on computers with no internet.

Note: this installer also includes libdvdcss (required to play most commercial DVDs) .This script only works on Ubuntu 8.10

Script includes the following programs

  • Adobe Flash player
  • Java Runtime Environment
  • Various additional multimedia codecs (including MP3)
  • Support for playing DVD-movies (codecs + CSS decrypter)
  • Microsoft TrueType core fonts
  • unrar

Download Ubuntu restricted extras offline installer

For Ubuntu 8.10 users Download this script from here

For Ubuntu 9.04 Users Download this script from here

For Ubuntu 9.10 Users Download this script from here

Installation Instructions

  • Download and unpack/extract
  • Double-click the file "install.sh" on folder "offline-installer"
  • Select "run in terminal"
  • Enter your password if the installer asks you
  • Acept Java license when that appears
  • When program finishes, close the window and remove the folder "offline-installer"

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Install VLC Media player offline in Ubuntu 8.10/9.04/9.10

First you need to download VLC offline installer from here

INstall instructions same as above

Thanks to Hackt0live.org for this script.

Download VLC Offline installer for Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic) Users from here

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35 Comments to “How to Install Multimedia Codecs,Adobe Flash,JRE,VLC Media Player without Internet connection (Offline) in Ubuntu 9.10/9.04/8.10”

  1. Ubuntu User says:

    “Here is the ubuntu restricted extras offline installer for ubuntu 10.04″

    OOPS it is “Here is the ubuntu restricted extras offline installer for ubuntu 10.10″

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  2. BRUCE says:

    THANKs a lot Ubuntu User says,u saved te day once again. althought i had problems downloading from rapidshare… thanx

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  3. raju says:

    plz upload multimedia codec pack for vlc 1.1.9 offline installe for ubuntu10.04

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  4. sule says:

    Thank’s, Aligato, Hvala vam ljudi!

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  5. FireUbuntu says:

    Is there a similar offline pack available for Ubuntu 12.04?

    I’m using linux for the first time and am unable to update because the system is not connected to internet.

    Please help.

    Thanx.

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