64-bit Flash Player on Linux!

Based on community feedback, a pre-release version of native 64-bit Flash Player 10 is now available on Adobe Labs (x86-64, Linux).
Check out the announcement on the Linux Flash Player blog!

4 Responses to 64-bit Flash Player on Linux!

  1. Will there ever be a Flash for FreeBSD 32 or 64 bit.

  2. @Prudhvi
    You could post this query on the Flash Player blog at http://blogs.adobe.com/penguin.swf/

  3. Jos Joslyn says:

    Adobe are one of the last ‘big’ software organisations to come to the ’64bit party’. We have been waiting for a native 64bit flashplayer plugin for 3 years or more. On Mac OS X they were one of the last to support the OS on Intel – not even making it to the launch party.
    I don’t believe the developers at Adobe really have any idea what they are doing when it comes to support current hardware platforms – which incidently are increasingly needed for the ‘bloatware’ sold. CS4 is a HUGE undertaking for memory(both RAM & Video).

  4. Charlie Brannon says:

    I have a 64 bit system running Window Vista and cannot view, listen, or download any media. Is there now an Adobe Flashplayer for my system.

    There isn’t a 64-bit flash player for Windows, if that’s what you’re asking. I’d encourage you to log a bug for the 32-bit player at http://www.adobe.com/go/wish
    – Ashutosh