Flash for 64 bit Linux
A Fully Functioning, Reasonably Bugfree Gnash
The Return of Jesus, Elvis and Glenn Miller aboard a UFO With The Yeti, Sasquatch and Nessie
I voted Gnash because they have made a lot of progress in a year.
I don't think Adobe will care any time soon because we have nspluginwrapper and amd64 is 10% of the 2% linux market (.2% of all computers)
Last edited by Cappy; December 22nd, 2007 at 01:32 AM. Reason: s/amd/amd64/
Coming back to the topic: I can't understand why 8 people voted "The Return of Jesus, Elvis and Glenn Miller aboard a UFO With The Yeti, Sasquatch and Nessie." That is 99.99999999.....% impossible.
My Laptop: 1.6 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 512 MB RAM, 80 GB HD, Intel Integrated Graphics, Intel Pro Wireless 3945
Partitioning: 10 GB Debian Testing partition, 10 GB Ubuntu 8.10, 1.2 GB Swap partition,and then 55 GB for "/media/Documents"
HOME BUILT SYSTEM! http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com/idea/22804/ Please vote up!
remember kiddies: sudo rm -rf= BAD!, if someone tells you to do this, please ignore them unless YOU WANT YOUR SYSTEM WIPED
so you are saying there is a chance?
It is actualy quite easy to make flash work on 64bit computers you just have to change all the 32's to 64's.
Linux to all, and to all, let freedom ring.