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Flash Player 9 for Linux official release

About 2 months ago I posted an entry about the beta release of the Flash Player 9 plugin for Linux. I installed it on my Ubuntu desktop and have been enjoying Flash8 & 9 content since (there has never been a Flash Player 8 plugin for Linux, only 7 and lower). I didn't encounter any real problems with it and I was very pleased with it. But lo and behold, it seems Adobe has not been sitting back to enjoy the achievement! Yesterday it announced the official Flash Player 9 for Linux release! Not just a beta, but a full release, putting Linux officially on par with Windows and OSX as far as Flash Player support goes. I am pretty stoked about this, the beta-release was an awesome feat, and knowing that Adobe continues with it is awesome as well!