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Just a curious question. I was wondering if it is at all possible to get a shockwave player on linux if you've downloaded something like WINE. Could it be possible ...
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    Just wondering


    Just a curious question.

    I was wondering if it is at all possible to get a shockwave player on linux if you've downloaded
    something like WINE. Could it be possible to get the shockwave player working on linux using WINE?

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    Its possible, but a hassle to get it working.
    But then only as a standalone player.
    Or you will need to run your webbrowser using wine.

    There is a linux version of the shockwave player, why do you want to try this ?
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