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Old 15th June, 2010, 06:35 PM
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64-bit Flash for Linux dropped as Adobe preps next version

Adobe has discontinued its experimental 64-bit Flash player for Linux, citing the need for significant architectural changes to the software. The company assures users that the project hasn't been abandoned.

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