flash in 64-bit

Re: flash in 64-bit

Postby ray » 15. Sep 2010, 09:34

Duncan_Idaho wrote:I'm willing to try lightspark if a package or a SLKBUILd is provided

also, midori can use *.js userscripts too, not all but some :P

+1, Although i might wait till 0.4.5, it doesnt get alsa support till then and i dont want pulseaudio on my system.

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Re: flash in 64-bit

Postby Duncan_Idaho » 15. Sep 2010, 14:13

ray wrote:+1, Although i might wait till 0.4.5, it doesnt get alsa support till then and i dont want pulseaudio on my system.

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+1, I don't want pulseaudio either :P
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Re: flash in 64-bit

Postby pwatk » 15. Sep 2010, 17:26

ray wrote:
Duncan_Idaho wrote:I'm willing to try lightspark if a package or a SLKBUILd is provided

also, midori can use *.js userscripts too, not all but some :P

+1, Although i might wait till 0.4.5, it doesnt get alsa support till then and i dont want pulseaudio on my system.

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That's made my mind up too :)
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Re: flash in 64-bit

Postby gapan » 15. Sep 2010, 19:29

Well, it seems like adobe just announced a preview release of flash that includes 64-bit linux support: http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashplayer10/
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Re: flash in 64-bit

Postby gapan » 15. Sep 2010, 19:41

And here's a package for it: http://pnboy.pinguix.com/gapan/salix/flash/

I only tested youtube and it works. Adobe says that this is unstable and should not be used in a production system. You've been warned.
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Re: flash in 64-bit

Postby zAchAry » 15. Sep 2010, 20:23

I still won't install adobe on 64-bit (when I'll own 64-bit).
I believe that support for projects like Gnash and Lightspark is highly important, and the main reason is that these ARE free-software.

Do not forget who are Adobe and other Corporate America companies (html-5 video* is being censored constantly on youtube).
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It might be too old, since almost 10 years ago, but this company and others alike are on the run to compromise our freedoms (even physical freedoms).

Use alternatives like User.JS scripts (since before my Vista crashed) or other Command-line Software (SBo) and many others, just look for it ;)

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Re: flash in 64-bit

Postby gapan » 15. Sep 2010, 20:31

zAchAry wrote:I still won't install adobe on 64-bit (when I'll own 64-bit).

Well then, good for you.

As for the rest of your post, may I remind you once again that this is not a political forum? You can start a blog to host all your political ideas, but they definitely do not belong in this forum.
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Re: flash in 64-bit

Postby zAchAry » 15. Sep 2010, 20:35

gapan wrote:
zAchAry wrote:I still won't install adobe on 64-bit (when I'll own 64-bit).

Well then, good for you.

As for the rest of your post, may I remind you once again that this is not a political forum? You can start a blog to host all your political ideas, but they definitely do not belong in this forum.
I was talking about all of us, humans.

Ok, I got the point, no politics.
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Re: flash in 64-bit

Postby JeeGeek » 16. Sep 2010, 09:57

You can download a new 64 bit flashplayer (Flash Player "Square")here: http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10.html
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Re: flash in 64-bit

Postby ray » 16. Sep 2010, 11:29

JeeGeek wrote:You can download a new 64 bit flashplayer (Flash Player "Square")here: http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer10.html

Which you would've found out was already packaged, if you read a few posts.
gapan wrote:And here's a package for it: http://pnboy.pinguix.com/gapan/salix/flash/
I only tested youtube and it works. Adobe says that this is unstable and should not be used in a production system. You've been warned.

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