Why is Adobe Flash performance in Linux is so slow?

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I'm so sick of Linux slow Flash Player. YouTube videos on a full screen mode and Mozilla Firefox either become unstable or choppy and it often crashes. Is there any other flash player for Linux other than Adobe Flash Player? I don't really know how to get it faster. Please help…

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Why is Adobe Flash performance in Linux is so slow?

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I really don’t know why your Adobe Flash Player is so disturbing in Linux. Could you check on the updates of both your Linux software and your Flash Player? Though there are some alternatives to Adobe Flash Player. These include   Gnash – a flash movie player. And Lightspark which is an open source Adobe Flash implementation.

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Why is Adobe Flash performance in Linux is so slow?

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Hi Lawrence Elliott, 

Adobe flash for Linux is available in 64bit Flash Player 11 beta. Install this libflashplayer.so into /usr/lib64/mozilla/plugins and remove the remaining 32bit

Plug-in because 32bit plug-in is compatible with Adobe Flash Player 10.3 xs. But it harms the Linux community for the distribution of the re-package; they undercut the Adobe Flash using Linux users.

If the download is small it may one day reduce or eliminate to Linux. 

Regards

 

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