is there an equivalent of macromedia flash player for unix...

Posted on 2009-04-20
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is there an equivalent of macromedia flash player for unix...
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    You could either try a Linux version of the Adobe flashplayer, running it through FreeBSD's Linux Compatibility Layer:

    Or, which seems to be easier, use Gnash:
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    Given tags in your question it will not work.
    You can get authentic adobe flash in Linux.
    In FreeBSD you need something called pugin wrapper which will make your computer crash on every swf encountered by opera.

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