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Re: Macromedia Flash Player on x86_64 system.



Leslie Satenstein wrote:
Did the flash work. I have a 64bit system, but since there is the released 32bit version, I followed the instructions in the Fedora 10 FAQ.
Worked just fine


--- On *Thu, 1/8/09, Dario Lesca /<d lesca solinos it>/* wrote:


    From: Dario Lesca <d lesca solinos it>
    Subject: Macromedia Flash Player on x86_64 system.
    To: "Fedora Italia" <fedora-it-list redhat com>
    Cc: "Fedora Project List" <fedora-list redhat com>
    Date: Thursday, January 8, 2009, 5:59 AM

    hi, I have fount this news:
    http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10.html

    and this info:
    http://www.myscienceisbetter.info/64bit/

    then, on my last F10-x86_64 desktop, I have install the last PreRelease
    of Macromedia Flash Player x86_64 with this procedure:

     > #!/bin/bash
     > set -x
     > flashpage='http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10.html'
    <http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10.html%27>
     >
     > flashurl=$(wget -q $flashpage -O - | grep 'Download 64-bit Plugin
    for Linux'| sed -e 's/.*a href="//' -e 's/".*//')
     >
     > flashfile=$(basename $flashurl)
     >
     > destplug=/usr/lib64/mozilla/plugins/
     >
     > test ! -f $flashfile && wget -c $flashurl
     >
     > tar -xvzf $flashfile -C $destplug
     >
     > exit

    Work for me.

    Someone have something better?

    hope this help

    thanks


I have been running the 64 bit beta since it first came out on F8. Now I am running it on F10 on a fresh install. No issues that I have come across yet. Seems to be stable from what I have seen. Only one site didn't work but I am not sure if that was a flash issue or something else.

Now if Adobe would get a Shockwave application for Linux it would be great.
--
Robin Laing


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