Flash Player 9 for Linux arrives, looks great
Adobe Systems Inc. on Jan. 17 finally released the long-awaited Adobe Flash Player 9 for Linux. Although a binary-only release, it's already proven quite popular within its first 24 hours of release.
This version of Flash Player was meant to be feature-comparable to Adobe's latest Windows and Mac OS versions, which were released in late June of 2006. All Flash Player 9 family versions render content far faster than earlier editions. On Linux, it also does a much better job at syncing video and audio.
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