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Hi! I would like to request the flash player for Maverick too please.


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Thanks very much Bill! All installed fine. I get poor performance in Firefox but great performance in Midori. I will have to look at that but I am very happy. Thanks again.


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Hello, I would like very much to try this too.


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Thank you so very much.

It's working great. I'll try it with complicated swfs when I get home.


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Thanks Bill! Much appreciated.


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I would also like the flash player aswell.


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Using the Bodhi Linux image (LiveSD):
http://sourceforge.net/projects/bodhili ... SmartBook/

I'm having some trouble installing flash:
Code:
bodhi@Genlet:~/flash$ uname -a
Linux Genlet 2.6.31.14.27-efikamx #5 Sat Nov 12 21:37:53 CST 2011 armv7l GNU/Linux
. . .
The following partially installed packages will be configured:
flashplayer{b} multimedia-core-imx{b} openmaxil-imx
0 packages upgraded, 0 newly installed, 2 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
Need to get 0 B of archives. After unpacking 1618 kB will be freed.
The following packages have unmet dependencies:
multimedia-core-imx : Depends: imx-udev-rules which is a virtual package.
Depends: imx-lib which is a virtual package.
flashplayer : Depends: imx-lib which is a virtual package.
Depends: firefox (>= 3.6.13) which is a virtual package.
The following actions will resolve these dependencies:

Remove the following packages:
1) flashplayer
2) multimedia-core-imx
3) openmaxil-imx
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Hi.

Flash is not officially supported - it was only tested on our official Maverick image. To get it to work on Bodhi, you will probably have to repackage it, or just install it manually.


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There is no ArmHF port of Flash, and there will most likely never be one...


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Is the reason technical or licensing?


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There is no ArmHF port of Flash, and there will most likely never be one...


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Is the reason technical or licensing?
Well, at the very least, Adobe will no longer be producing a Linux Flash plugin for plugin architectures other than Google Chrome's. Given that they're willing to cut out a large swathe of support just by that move, I'm prone to speculate that they won't suddenly start supporting a completely different hardware architecture (which, again, will only work for Chrome users).

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Hi! I would like to request the flash player for Maverick too please.


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Thanks for your prompt reply, Bill.


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I sadly have to ask for the flashplayer too.
Gnash isnt performance wise good enough for my needs.

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Fast response via Mail. Neat. Sadly Armel arch and crashes the Browser on Debian Hardfloat.
But that i can blame Adobe for that.
Have gotten it to work tough. Nice.


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