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Flash Player 9 for Linux

A few weeks ago Adobe released the Flash Player 9 Beta for Linux. This is great news as there wasn't a Flash Player 8 for Linux and now Linux users can check out the latest and greatest Flash applications and sites without a problem (do submit bugreports if you find any!)... This means it is now possible to create and view Flash9/AS3 content under Linux without the use of Wine/etc (creating it was already possible). Flash has taken one more, big!, step in the cross-platform world.

I'm planning to update my Linux install soon (it's my main OS at home), so once that is done I'll install the beta and report my findings here.