Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 15th Sep 2010 21:49 UTC, submitted by poundsmack
Graphics, User Interfaces "Adobe Flash Player 'Square' is a preview release that enables native 64-bit support on Linux, Mac OS, and Windows operating systems, as well as enhanced support for Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 beta. We have made this preview available so that users can test existing content and new platforms for compatibility and stability."
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64bit linux flashplayer and chrome?
by project_2501 on Wed 15th Sep 2010 22:15 UTC
project_2501
Member since:
2006-03-20

Does Chrome for Linux 64 use its own internal flash plugin or does it use the one at the default /usr/lib64/mozilla/plugins/ location?

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leech Member since:
2006-01-10

*After a quick 'yaourt -S chromium'* Looks like it uses the standard mozilla plugin directory.

By the way, it looks like this is version 10.2d161

Shockwave Flash
Shockwave Flash 10.2 d161
Name: Shockwave Flash
Description: Shockwave Flash 10.2 d161
Version:
Priority: 0
Location: /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/libflashplayer.so
Disable
MIME types:
MIME type Description File extensions
application/x-shockwave-flash Shockwave Flash
.swf
application/futuresplash FutureSplash Player
.spl

Edited 2010-09-15 22:23 UTC

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Praxis Member since:
2009-09-17

*After a quick 'yaourt -S chromium'* Looks like it uses the standard mozilla plugin directory.
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While chromium might use the mozilla plugin directory, I think Chrome put it in /opt/google/chrome/libflashplayer (at least that is what is appears to be using on my machine), so either they change the plugin from chromium to chrome (very possible since their distribution agreement with Adobe might not cover chromium) or whoever packaged that chromium for Arch might have changed it.

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