Phoronix: Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Officially Released
Adobe has officially announced the release of Flash Player 10.1 for Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X platforms. This release has been in development for quite a while and was subject to public alpha/beta releases, but now Adobe Flash Player 10.1 is ready for widespread adoption...
Did anybody find a 64 bit version? The beta is gone, now what?
(can't believe we have to discuss such things, it's 2010 for cryin out loud).
No I could not find it. I'm sure its just around the corner.
Well back to www.oggtv.com for now.
I tried out Chromium and HTML 5 today it works pretty well but I didn't see a large selection on Youtube.
After installing it in UBUNTU software center. I could not play HTML 5 until I went into Synaptic Package manager and added Extra ffmpeg codecs for the Chromium Browser.
I will be staying clear of Flash until they fix the security bug in 10.0.45.2 or release the 64 bit of 10.1.
Not holding my breath though.
Adobe made my decision about whether or not to use Flash really easy by not providing a 64-bit version. Not that I would have installed it anyway. And I'm certainly not even going to consider using nspluginwrapper. Why do I need to install a hack for something as dumb as an Adobe product.
And you believe them that they are "still committed"? With all the BS excuses that they give for things like video acceleration, 64-bit, audio in linux and why they "can't" be done it's clear that linux is a bastard child fathered by a inbred cousin in their eyes.