4 Replies Latest reply: May 10, 2012 9:06 PM by P.o.l.a.c.o RSS



      Hi ! I want to know if there is a 11.3 for Linux too ? Thank U

        • 1. Re: Linux
          P.o.l.a.c.o Community Member

          would be good to know if has been added support for hardware acceleration in Linux.

          • 2. Re: Linux
            P.o.l.a.c.o Community Member

            So sad nobody replies

            You may have a great potential for web gaming and video if you support hardware acceleration in Linux too (at least in Ubuntu)

            • 3. Re: Linux
              MrX1980 Community Member


              it is explained in the FAQ



              Q: Why is Linux not listed as a supported platform?
              A: Adobe has been working closely with Google to develop a single, modern API for hosting plug-ins within the browser. The PPAPI, code-named "Pepper", aims to provide a layer between the plug-in and browser that abstracts away differences between browser and operating system implementations. You can find more information on the Pepper API.
              Because of this work, Adobe has been able to partner with Google in providing a "Pepper" implementation of Flash Player for all x86/64 platforms supported by the Google Chrome browser. Google will begin distributing this new Pepper-based Flash Player as part of Chrome on all platforms, including Linux, later this year.
              For Flash Player releases after 11.2, the Flash Player browser plug-in 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 will continue to provide security updates to non-Pepper distributions of Flash Player 11.2 on Linux for five years from its release.
              • 4. Re: Linux
                P.o.l.a.c.o Community Member

                But it says nothing about hardware acceleration... what about that? the last year Adobe announced the support for acceleration on Linux with joice and happiness now has been disabled? is that something temporal or hardware acceleration won't be available for Linux?