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Adobe Abandons Flash on Linux

Adobe will no longer provide new releases of Flash Player for Linux after version 11.2, the company has today announced.

Google will, instead, take over the implementation of Flash Player via a new plugin API called ‘Pepper‘.

The pair-up means that Linux users using Google’s Chrome browser will still be able to benefit from new Flash Player features and improvements. Google are expected to begin shipping the new Pepper-based version of Flash player in Google Chrome later this year.

In their short statement, Adobe write: -

“For Flash Player releases after 11.2, the Flash Player browser plugin for Linux will only be available via the “Pepper” API as part of the Google Chrome browser distribution and will no longer be available as a direct download from Adobe.” 

Adobe aren’t jumping ship entirely. Security updates for Flash Player 11.2 will continue to be provided for five years following its release.

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Peek Inside the Lamborghini Factory

Computers along the assembly line offer exploded views of parts, to  illustrate how components should be properly fitted together. Photo: Basem Wasef

(vía Wired|Autopia; submitted by estoesotrogarabato)
monitor CRT, Windows XP… es como mi oficina (salvo Adobe Reader, que lo sustituí por Foxit Reader, mil veces mejor)

Peek Inside the Lamborghini Factory

Computers along the assembly line offer exploded views of parts, to illustrate how components should be properly fitted together. Photo: Basem Wasef

(vía Wired|Autopia; submitted by estoesotrogarabato)

monitor CRT, Windows XP… es como mi oficina (salvo Adobe Reader, que lo sustituí por Foxit Reader, mil veces mejor)

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