Not really Flash (Adobe's) fault, as Flash is simply used to run a video decoder, and the standard decoders do not make use of the PI's GPU, and using the CPU to decode video's is way too slow.redhawk wrote: Flash on the Pi even if it was supported by Adobe would be too slow to be usable for watching Flash based videos.
gnash is more mature AFAIAA, but only compatibility to Flash 9 and some Flash 10johnbirk wrote:There are 2 linux alternatives
Depending on what version of Linux you have installed they may or may not be in the repository
Hi boys and gals. Being completely new to RPi, I hope you can advise me to which of the above should be preferred...
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