32bit Vs 64bit OS

Steve Searle steve at stevesearle.com
Fri Jun 18 08:26:56 UTC 2010

Around 02:41am on Friday, June 18, 2010 (UK time), Sam Varshavchik scrawled:

> From a user perspective, the major difference is that there is no
> practical Flash plugin for 64 bit. If you need to watch Youboob,
> you'll have to stick to i386. At least until Youboob migrates to HTML
> 5. However, even on x86_64, you can simply install the 32 bit version
> of Firefox, and use the Flash plugin that way. There's also the
> ndiswrapper plugin which supposedly lets you run 32 bit Flash inside
> 64 bit Firefox, but I was never able to get it to work.

Just to give a counter opinion. I have not had problems running 32 bit
flash on 64 bit Fedora, and curently am doing so on Fedora 13. I
followed these instructions:


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