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Due to your system specs you listed: Pentium 4, 2.79 GHz, 1 GB RAM, I would highly recommend you install either Lubuntu (a personal favourite of mine) or Xubuntu instead of standard Ubuntu. Both variants are lighter on system resources than standard and thus should run better on your hardware.
No, /etc/init.d/ and /etc/init are used to store the startup scripts of various processes used on your system. Having a script in these directory doesn't mean that they are going to start. For the script in /etc/init.d, there should be a link in one of the /etc/rc*.d directories to start or stop them (symbolic link) managed by the update-rc.d tool. Services ...
I have solution. Open firefox and type into url - "about:config" (without "") and press enter. After what, on the page that appears with the warning, click the "I promise I'll be careful!" (or another "promise" :)). On opened page with mozilla settings looked for a "dom.ipc.plugins.enabled" (without "") (use the filter on top). All founded options set ...
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