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Old 06-08-2011, 02:09 PM
Alex
 
Default Flash update questions for f14

>> I bought some Adobe stock a few years ago, thinking they were a good
>> company, and it hasn't moved much :-) Hope they get with it soon.
>
> Doubt whether Adobe does a 64-bit upgrade will have much effect on its
> stock.

Yes, I should hope not. By "it" I mean their stock price and the
company in general, of course :-)

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Alex
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Old 06-08-2011, 06:58 PM
Jon Ingason
 
Default Flash update questions for f14

Hi,
2011-06-08 05:50, Alex skrev:
> Hi,
>
>>>>>> The Adobe page points to an i386 version, and no Adobe Labs version
>>>> is currently available. How can I continue to use the 64-bit version on
>>>>>> fedora as an RPM with the current version?
>>>>> The 64 bit version is available from Adobe Labs....just not in rpm
>>>> format.
>>>>> http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashplayer10/square/
>>>>>
>>>> There is but not in this url.
>>>> See http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Flash#Third_Party_Repository
>>>> and the package seems to be recent ...
>>> 32 bit flash running under nswrapper?
>>>
>> No the native 64bits.
>
> The quoting is somewhat screwed up somehow, but it seems these links
> above point to each other, but neither point to the 64bit "Square"
> binaries themselves.
>
> The fedoraproject link discusses the leigh123 efforts that were done
> long ago, and no recent update RPM appears to exist.
>
> The labs.adobe.com link points to the "Square" Preview Release, where
> it tells you to download it from the adobe download center. The
> download center page either lets you download the 10.2 release from
> last November, or sends you to the main download page, where it says
> you can download the "YUM" i386 release. It also has a link to the
> adobe labs page (which just points back to the adobe release page).
>
> Can someone explain how to get the 10.3 64bit flash binaries installed
> properly? Has no one taken on maintaining them as an RPM?
>
> Thanks,
> Alex

I am running version 10.3.162.29 with build date 2011-05-13. I am
getting this from:

http://www.linux-ati-drivers.homecall.co.uk/flashplayer.x86_64/

No poblem here.
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