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Flash for Linux

Discussion in 'Linux and Unix' started by BlackHorseman, Jan 23, 2003.

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  1. BlackHorseman

    BlackHorseman Thread Starter

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    Hi,

    My friend & I are working on a site that will contain Flash animation. We are looking for a thorough documentation of the Flash for Linux technology - not only a tutorial for Flash but also something that explains the inner workings - so that we are able to create more cost-efficient/concise files with Flash.

    Anybody knows of any links?

    Thanks,
    Daniel.
     
  2. GOTzMADsKILLz

    GOTzMADsKILLz

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    I would check out macromedia's site. Currently there is a version of the flash player for linux, as for the Flash MX suite, Don't think so. Also there is only a Shockwave Flash player available for Mozilla Browser but not for Konquerer or the Galleon.

    2 links to check out:

    Linux Troubleshoot

    Linux Players

    Hope this might answer some questions. Not many people make Flash sites with Linux users in mind since it's a Windows world for now. I would assume the Flash for windows should work the same on linux provided the a person has the player installed (Mozilla only unfortunately).
     
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