WOW, just wow.. say goodbye to flash player on linux

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by treehouse786, Feb 22, 2012.

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  1. treehouse786

    treehouse786 Registered Member

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  2. Mrkvonic

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    It looks fake. It reads "your missing". Really? That's a 13-year-old's English.
    Otherwise, I don't know who wrote that thing, but they need electrocution.
    Mrk
     
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  3. 3x0gR13N

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    Haha, I thought exactly the same. :)


    (p.s see sig :p)
     
  4. vasa1

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    What about this:
    http://blogs.adobe.com/flashplayer/...gle-partnering-for-flash-player-on-linux.html ?

    Based on the Adobe blog, it does appear that only security updates will be provided for non-Pepper versions of Flash 11.2 on Linux.
     
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  5. 3x0gR13N

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    Flash isn't going "goodbye" as the softpedia article suggests, it's there to stay. It would be a stupid move if it doesn't stay in current form, in addition to Pepper.
     
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    I assume if Firefox/Opera get PPAPI set up they can just use that?
     
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