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Adobe Flash 9 beta for Linux at last

By   |  October 20, 2006

Adobe has finally released a beta version of Flash Player 9 for Linux. Linux users have been stuck on version 7 since Adobe decided to skip its version 8 release on the open source platform, cutting Linux users off from many Flash sites.

The final release of version 9 is expected early next year, and at times there was doubt amongst the community as to whether Flash Player 9 would even be available on Linux.

Tectonic has tested the player, and it worked on Ubuntu Dapper Drake as a Firefox plug-in on Flash 8 sites. Unfortunately there aren’t a lot of Flash 9 sites to test the capabilities of Actionscript 3 yet. To install it, download the “installer for Linux” gzip from Adobe’s site, extract the file and copy it into the .mozilla/plugins directory under your home directory (~/.mozilla/plugins). Restart Firefox and head for a Flash site.


2 Responses to “Adobe Flash 9 beta for Linux at last”

  1. shin
    January 6th, 2009 @ 4:41 am

    how do you copy the file to the mozilla/plugins?

  2. Alastair
    January 7th, 2009 @ 8:34 am

    You can copy the file at the command line with the following:

    cp ~/.mozilla/plugins/

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