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Old 23rd February 2012, 12:27 AM
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Re: No support for flash player in linux, except google-chrome!

Originally Posted by marko View Post
Flash 11.2 won't just stop working all the sudden, Adobe says they'll continue 11.2 security updates for five more years. That should be ok if Adobe quits changing the basic flash standard so Flash 11.2 + security patches will still run on web sites.
There's a good chance Mozilla might accept pepper api by the time or of course html5 might be completely accepted by that time
HTML5 still has a long way to go before its 100% complete. but wasnt there another flashplayer for Linux? i cant think of the name of it. it maybe in Fedora repo's
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