I am running Fedora 14 64 bit version of Linux and I am having a problem with Flash. When I try to look at what should be a Flash item, I get a blank spot. If I right click in there I get the message Movie not loaded and a place to click About Flash 10.3.181.34. If I go there, I get a screen that lists the current version for different OS's. What I have is the current version. Why is the movie not loaded? I have tried to go to the Settings Manager to check my settings but nothing shows up. I believe that if I go to http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/ I should get something moving. I get an empty spot. If I right click there, I get the same messages - movie not loaded and About Flash. I have tried to clear my cache and reboot. Neither fixes the problem. Help!!!!
There are no 64-bit Flash Players from Adobe released yet. But that does nog have to be an issue for you, you only need to have a 64-bit Flash Player if you have a 64-bit browser. If you do have a 64-bit browser and not a 32-bit browser you could the beta 64-bit player that is currently in beta: http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/flashplayer11.html
The usual warnings to using beta software apply. If you try the beta player and have issues with it make sure you report them in the Flash Player 11 forum or directly in the bugtracker if you are familiar with reporting bugs in a software development environment.
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