Adobe has released Flash Player 11 beta, the new version being available for both 32bit and 64bit (yes, for Linux too!).
The Sevenmachines Adobe Flash Player 64bit PPA for Ubuntu has just been updated with the latest Adobe Flash Player "Square" 10.2.161.22 (64bit obviously) for Ubuntu 9.10, 10.04 and 10.10 so now it's even easier to install it!
If a while back Adobe wasn't very interested in its 64bit Linux users and discontinued Adobe Flash Player 10.1 for 64bit, the new Adobe Flash Player codename "Square" developer preview released by Adobe today is also available for 64bit Linux systems (and obviously, 32bit too).
Adobe just released the 3rd beta of their Flash Player 10.1 plugin.
To install this latest version in Linux, simply paste this in a terminal:
Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Beta 2 Released (Ubuntu installation instructions)
Yesterday, Adobe released an alpha version of Flash Player plug-in version 10 for x86_64 architecture. This is a prerelease version of the Adobe® Flash® Player 10 software 64-bit Linux platforms.
Earlier this month Adobe released a Flash Player 10 release candidate (10.0.0.569) for Linux. Over the previous betas, this release has improvement performance, fixes bugs, better V4L2 camera input, and fixes fullscreen video playback. It’s not likely that Flash Player 10 RC will make it into Ubuntu 8.10 because of the feature freeze.
I recently blogged about installing the Adobe Acrobat Reader on Ubuntu 8.04. For those that followed that tutorial you may also be interested in adding the Firefox plugins for Adobe Reader as well. These will also require the Medibuntu repository, which I’ll review quickly here.
I figured it was time to update my previous posts on how to install Adobe Acrobat Reader for Ubuntu 8.04. It has become much simpler to install than it has been in the past, meaning it can be installed via a proper .deb package. It is not available in the main Ubuntu repositories, but it is available in Medibuntu.
Adobe Systems is reaching out for Linux desktop users with its announcement today that the first beta of Adobe Flash Player 10, a.k.a. Astro, is now available for Linux, as well as Windows and Mac OS X.
Adobe AIR (Adobe Integrated Runtime) is a runtime for building Internet-connected desktop applications with offine storage. It’s been available for Mac and Windows for a while, and now an alpha (non-feature complete) Linux version has been released. I tested it out in Ubuntu 8.04.
Can’t get Flash Player working in Ubuntu? Ubuntu’s automatic installation of Adobe Flash Player was broken when Adobe released a new version. The installation will report to be successful, but expanding the terminal shows the problem:
Adobe Acrobat was the first software to support Adobe Systems’ Portable Document Format (PDF). It is a family of software, some commercial and some free of charge. The Adobe Acrobat Reader program (now just called Adobe Reader) is available as a no-charge download from Adobe’s web site, and allows the viewing and printing of PDF files.
Adobe Acrobat is a family of application software by Adobe Systems. These applications use Adobe’s Portable Document Format (PDF) as their native file format.Adobe Reader (formerly called Acrobat Reader) is available as a no-charge download from Adobe’s web site, and allows the viewing and printing of PDF files.
It was recently pointed out to me on one of our local mailing lists that my previous tutorial on installing Adobe’s Acrobat reader for Firefox no longer worked. It seems that those packages have been pulled from the repository since that writing. I wanted to take a few minutes and give an update on a different method of installing Adobe’s Acrobat reader.