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Install GNU Gnash Flash Player on Linux


So you might have heard of the new GNU Gnash Flash player from the folks at While still in it's infancy, it's the first (working) non-Macromedia Flash 7 player available.

Today PCBurn has an article up walking you through installing Gnash on Linux. It's geared toward Mandriva, but can be used by anyone to compile Gnash from source.
 read more | score:7779 | -Inhibit, February 1, 2006
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