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    Macromedia shows it's continued commitment to the Linux community with the availibility of the Macromedia Flash Player 7 for Linux. Get over to Macromedia to download it now!!!!

    http://www.macromedia.com/software/flashplayer/

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    Call me an old fart but I prefer to install the flash blocker extension for Firefox
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    i dont think i know what that is...

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    thats a really gud news!!! hip hup gnu/linux

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    IMO it's not such good news.

    Newsforge ha an article on the EULA

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    If you're thinking this is silly or stupid, wait, there's more. Installing the software signals your acceptance of the terms, and those terms also include this little gem:

    2. You agree that Macromedia may audit your use of the Software for compliance with these terms at any time, upon reasonable notice. In the event that such audit reveals any use of the Software by you other than in full compliance with the terms of this Agreement, you shall reimburse Macromedia for all reasonable expenses related to such audit in addition to any other liabilities you may incur as a result of such non-compliance.
    Not good methinks.
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    I too refuse to use flash.. but only because it is irritating, closed source, nd generaly very poorly implemented.

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