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  • bwat47
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    Originally posted by Tares View Post
    Anyone got maybe a little bit newer version of the 64bit flash ? Mine is 10,3,162,29 and not really working well with Ubuntu 11.04, FF4 and Unity :x
    Same here, I wish they would officially release the 64 bit version damnit!

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  • d2kx
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    From the "known issues" list:

    ATI GPUs fail to render StageVideo on Linux platforms (2835389)

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  • d2kx
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    The final 10.3 release is avaible from Adobe (already included in stable Chrome since today).

    Don't expect 64-bit support, however it seems they are now enabling GPU acceleration by default even with Composite enabled (no, I am not talking about video acceleration).

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  • Tares
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    Anyone got maybe a little bit newer version of the 64bit flash ? Mine is 10,3,162,29 and not really working well with Ubuntu 11.04, FF4 and Unity :x

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  • danny0085
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    Flash player

    I use this flash player for linux . It worked for me. It has advanced features such as full screen mode and playlists

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  • d2kx
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    Flash 10.3 Beta 2 is out. Nothing really new it seems besides some privacy stuff for Internet Explorer 8/9, yay. Of course no 64-bit support, what do you expect from Adobe anyway.

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  • oyvind
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    Yawn .. nothing new at http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flas...10_square.html.

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  • Grifter
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    Originally posted by fabioamd87 View Post
    A linux flashplayer limitation that not everyone know is support for webcam.
    You just need to preload the v4l1compat lib, make a wrapper for your browser that contains

    LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/libv4l/v4l1compat.so

    and your webcam should work just fine.

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  • deanjo
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    Originally posted by locovaca View Post
    You can't tell unless they do end up releasing a final
    You mean like they have on every official release to date?

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  • locovaca
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    Originally posted by deanjo View Post
    It is testing methods like that however that leads to being released for only one arch. They get to a point where "Hey the 32-bit version is good enough to release, let's release it and we will get to 64-bit with the next point release.". The unfortunate part is they rarely, if ever, get around to it. The other issue is that it gets to a point where they may have to start "undoing" code they just developed because it works in 32-bit but not in 64-bit leading to wasted development time and resources.

    Just picture what the kernel would look like for example if they did all the 32-bit code first and then once that was completed started the 64-bit code.
    Adobe may be misapplying Agile Development practices, maybe not. You can't tell unless they do end up releasing a final, 32-bit only version. But until then what they are doing fits into the Agile Model.

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