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Re: [K12OSN] Sanity check needed before rollout



Macromedia's the problem.  Proprietary formats have never been good for
GNU/Linux or any other F/OSS.  That's why Gnash is being worked on (GNU
Flash).  That should solve the 32/64 bit issue.

--TP

Huck wrote:
> Installing the 32-bit version of firefox and implementing flash
> that-a-way worked fine...the 64-bit version of firefox left me hang'n :(
> Dunno who's at fault...firefox or macromedia(or whoever makes the
> plug-in)...or ME ;)
>
> --Huck
>
> Henry Hartley wrote:
>> john wrote:
>>
>>>> 1 LTSP server (2 duel core opteron 8100, 8 Gigs of ram, Edubuntu
>> 7.04)
>>
>> As a side issue, what's the current consensus on 32-bit vs. 64-bit these
>> days?  Is it purely a cost issue?  Do headaches with 32-bit Flash (or
>> anything else) negate any or all of the benefits of 64-bit or have they
>> been dealt with? 
>


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