heads up: Adobe now has full 64-bit Flash support

Raphael Groner raphgro at web.de
Thu Oct 6 16:59:25 UTC 2011

> It depends on ffmpeg which has patent encumbered codecs.  Flash files
> tend to use MP3 for audio and unless the player can use gstreamer
> instead of ffmpeg (which is the case for Gnash),  it can't be in
> Fedora.


As far as I can see, the packages in RPM Fusion are outdated and still
in updates-testing.

Maybe there's a big issue due to ffmpeg.


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