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    Flash players?


    There's so many sites I can't fully utilise any more since switching to Linux. All my favourite sites require a Flash player to be installed. Is there an easy solution to this?

    How do you Linux Veterans view YooTube, for example?

    cheers

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    All my favourite sites require a Flash player to be installed. Is there an easy solution to this?
    How do you Linux Veterans view YooTube, for example?
    download and install Flash 9 beta from here.





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    Thanks for the swift reply, mate.
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    lol. Ahh... oh my god, I can't view flash files!

    Download flash player.

    lol. lol.

    Is the beta version stable enough? I'm still on flash player 7 :P. (Jeez, I feel like a Pocket PC user xDD).

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    Is the beta version stable enough?
    yeah ! its stable... didn't get any problem yet.




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    While flash 9 is stable for some, it is quite unstable for others. I have been through both experiences so expect some possible rough times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wifi_is_evil
    lol. Ahh... oh my god, I can't view flash files!

    Download flash player.

    lol. lol.
    No need to be like that. We weren't all born knowing everything.

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