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Old 11-17-2008, 12:20 PM   #1
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LXer: Adobe to release 64-bit Flash for Linux


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In response to growing demand from open source users, Adobe will today release a 64-bit version of its Flash 10 player for Linux. The 64-bit version will be an alpha release and will be followed by versions for other platforms at a later date.

[Yes, you read that right. 64-bit Flash for Linux first. 64-bit Windows will follow "someday" :-) - Sander]



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