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Adobe Flash 9 Beta Debuts on Linux OS

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  • Adobe Flash 9 Beta Debuts on Linux OS

    Courtesy of http://lxer.com/

    Adobe has recently released the beta version of Flash Player 9 for the Linux operating system. The Linux version has most of the same features that users are used to with Windows and Macintosh versions of Flash 9. The beta, which was released on Wednesday, does not support a full-screen mode or support for SSL encryption. Adobe, however, said that both features will be available in the final version of the program. Developers will also be able to use Adobe's Flex 2 software developer kit to help develop new applications.
    Apparently the final product will ship in early 2007.

    It can be downloaded from here.

    Now we too can see all those annoying flash adds in their full glory.
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