by Daniel T


November 20, 2006

A new version of the Flash Player 9 Update for Linux beta on Adobe Labs is now available. With an intial release on October 18th, the Flash Player 9 Update for Linux brings the latest player technology to Linux and enables Flex and ActionScript 3.0 developers to target the most popular browsers on Linux. Beta 2 provides various bug fixes and increased stability. If you already have beta 1 installed, be sure to remove the files before downloading and upgrading to beta 2.


  • By Will - 6:49 PM on November 21, 2006  

    Thanks! Beta 1, with the exception of a few bugs, ran fine for me, so I can’t wait to try out this.

  • By k4be - 1:51 PM on December 19, 2006  

    Where to find x86_64 version?

  • By ansku - 1:11 PM on December 27, 2006  


  • By jennifer - 5:48 PM on January 4, 2007  

    a note from the flash player engineering team: adobe does not currently have native 64-bit players (not for linux, nor for other platforms).

  • By rich - 10:22 PM on January 12, 2007 heros flash video does not work …please fix…plugin almost ready for primetime…youtube and break work well

  • By sal - 9:32 AM on January 15, 2007  

    rich, don’t worry about heroes. it will work perfectly fine when the next flash player build is released. i was bummed myself when the fix didn’t make it into beta 2, but you’ll have access to all your shows soon. save the cheerleader… save the world! 😉

  • By albert - 8:55 PM on February 1, 2007  

    Well, Flash 9 was released on 01/17 but only part one seems to play of the latest episode, “The Fix”.