Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Flash Player on Linux by year end

Having run a Linux Laptop and desktop for a while, I sympathize with those of you waiting to get Flash 9 for Linux. I have made good on my promise from JavaOne to follow up internally. The latest public news I have found is that we will have updated the Flash player for Linux by the end of this year. Read near the bottom. If you have comments on this subject, please feel free to leave them here. Although I do not speak for Adobe on this blog, I do perceive that there is a sense of urgency on this issue that seems to increase in the last two months.

1 comment:

  1. it's been a long time to wait - with 8 never having made it to the platform - but better late than never, as they say.

    not being able to visit sites built for 8, such as Julien's Flash based wiki that utilizes the local persistence element, seem to violate Flash's promise as a universal client.


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