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Using Adobe Flash and other 32-bit applications on 64-bit Linux

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 24.248.89.66] on July 24, 2008 03:15 PM
Some corrections to the article:

There is both Gnash and Swfdec as free solutions. Gnash used to play youtube, but then youtube updated their player from flash 7 to 9.

Also if you want to use a free software solution to view youtube, you can simply download the video using clive or youtube-dl and then watch it in mplayer.

OpenJDK works better than IceTea and should be recommended for install instead.

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