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Old 07-22-2011, 02:20 AM   #1
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LXer: In a Flash, Adobe's 64-Bit Flash for Linux Is Back


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"First Adobe's off, then on, then off, then on again... Does anyone there know what they are doing?" wondered blogger Robert Pogson. Sixty-four-bit computers are "pretty standard these days, and GNU/Linux and Android/Linux are making waves. Doesn't Adobe want their product to be where it's happening? Isn't the game about maximizing share to exclude the competition?"

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