OK, Forget Flash 8 Player for Linux. When is Flash 9 Player for Linux going to get here?

OK, Forget Flash 8 Player for Linux. When is Flash 9 Player for Linux going to get here?

Post by Bushido Ha » Sun, 02 Jul 2006 12:02:47


Dear Michalengelo,
When are you going to be finished painting the ceiling at the Sistine Chapel?
Sincerely,
The Pope
 
 
 

OK, Forget Flash 8 Player for Linux. When is Flash 9 Player for Linux going to get here?

Post by star_3a » Thu, 06 Jul 2006 18:37:12

Can a dev or someone at Macromedia please give some answeres ...
Linux flash player is still on version 7, and we actually need these updates now ...

regards
Riaan

 
 
 

OK, Forget Flash 8 Player for Linux. When is Flash 9 Player for Linux going to get here?

Post by thisisnott » Thu, 13 Jul 2006 03:23:00

No doubt they are slacking with linux because they have some kind of deal going
with micro *** - they only seem to support systems that have their blessing
(which includes apple because ms has an interest in keeping apple from dying).

If you really want flash 8 or 9 to work on linux, do this... install WINE
(www.winehq.org), then IN wine, install the WINSUCKS version of Firefox
(www.getfirefox.com), then install your favorite winsucks version of flash.
Whenever you need to use flash, open the winsucks version of firefox.
 
 
 

OK, Forget Flash 8 Player for Linux. When is Flash 9 Player for Linux going to get here?

Post by Jecky » Thu, 13 Jul 2006 08:12:26

> No doubt they are slacking with linux because they have some kind of deal

Here come the *** theories now .. this is sad.

Linux beta of FP9 should be out soon .. but that will will not include an
64-bit linux or 64-bit windows etc at this stage (only 32-bit linux) .. have
to wait longer for that.
 
 
 

OK, Forget Flash 8 Player for Linux. When is Flash 9 Player for Linux going to get here?

Post by dannyfeol » Sun, 16 Jul 2006 07:11:26

Ugh. I don't like how Adobe bought out Macromedia.. Main reason is Adobe is
always for Mac and Windows... Will they keep Macromedia with always keeping a
Linux version of Flash? I keep hearing about this "beta" but where is it?
 
 
 

OK, Forget Flash 8 Player for Linux. When is Flash 9 Player for Linux going to get here?

Post by star_3a » Fri, 21 Jul 2006 20:42:26

ADOBE IS USELESS :)
##snip##
Riann,

I cannot provide any information on Flash Player 9 for Linux until there is a
public announcement. Sorry.

Bentley Wolfe
Senior Support Engineer, Flash/Flash Player
Adobe
##snip##
 
 
 

OK, Forget Flash 8 Player for Linux. When is Flash 9 Player for Linux going to get here?

Post by star_3a » Fri, 21 Jul 2006 20:45:05

ADOBE IS USELESS :)
##snip##
Riann,

I cannot provide any information on Flash Player 9 for Linux until there is a
public announcement. Sorry.

Bentley Wolfe
Senior Support Engineer, Flash/Flash Player
Adobe
##snip##
 
 
 

OK, Forget Flash 8 Player for Linux. When is Flash 9 Player for Linux going to get here?

Post by thisisnott » Sat, 22 Jul 2006 05:06:07

Who said anything about a *** ? This has to do with market and
distribution. You guys at Adobe know perfectly well that if you support linux,
that you'll loose the favor of microsux.

[q][i]Originally posted by: [b][b]Newsgroup User[/b][/b][/i]
> No doubt they are slacking with linux because they have some kind of deal
> going
> with micro *** - they only seem to support systems that have their
> blessing
> (which includes apple because ms has an interest in keeping apple from
> dying).

Here come the *** theories now .. this is sad.

Linux beta of FP9 should be out soon .. but that will will not include an
64-bit linux or 64-bit windows etc at this stage (only 32-bit linux) .. have
to wait longer for that.
--
Jeckyl


[/q]
 
 
 

OK, Forget Flash 8 Player for Linux. When is Flash 9 Player for Linux going to get here?

Post by Jecky » Sat, 22 Jul 2006 10:50:46

> ADOBE IS USELESS :)

No .. you are a fool.

Do you really expect Adboe to leak information to you before any public
announcements?