Archive for the tag "adobe"
Adobe released security updates of their Flash Player for all platforms. The latest Adobe security bulletin shows 188.8.131.526 as the new version for native Linux and 184.108.40.206 for the Chrome PepperFlash. Package locations: http://www.slackware.com/~alien/slackbuilds/flashplayer-plugin/ for the native Linux browser plugin http://www.slackware.com/~alien/slackbuilds/chromium-pepperflash-plugin/ for the Chrome Pepperflash plugin which you can use with my Chromium browser package […]
I have been feeling less than optimal during the past week because of all the changes at work (new outsourcing deal to be executed) and the lack of good sleep due to the local high temperatures (Even at night). Today I decided to keep the doors to the outside world shut (a new week with […]
I was a bit too busy and tired to write something on my blog during the past week, but now that it is weekend again, there is room for some updates. Flash Player Plugin There was yet another security update for Adobe’s Flashplayer Plugin. I updated my package to the latest version. Note that if […]
Yesterday, Adobe Labs released their “Preview 1″ of a new flashplayer browser plugin they have been developing. As you may know, the previous test version of a Linux version of their plugin was withdrawn because it was riddled with security holes, performance issues and suffered from a bad codebase. The newly developed code seems to […]
Some people have reported that on 64-bit Slackware, and after installing Adobe’s 64-bit Flash plugin, their Firefox crashes with an “illegal instruction” error when it loads a page containing flash video (like Youtube)… I never had this issue, and for a lot of other people, flash works fine as well. However, the mystery remained until […]