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New Site/Info for Linux Users

Check out this site. This will be helpful for all.

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It needs flash 8. Linux only has a stable flash 7 at the moment, with an unstable-as-hell flash 9 beta, and those are all 32-bit x86 only. So, it's not useful now but could be in a year or two, if you're running an x86 32-bit linux machine with an X11 window manager, an installed GTK+2x toolkit, and a compatible version of mozilla or firefox. Or windows.

I like the irony. It's like those books on linux that come with windows-only software, or that online solaris course whose webpages linked to c:\program files\xxxx\videoname.wmv on purpose, demanding you install stuff. Can't say I'm particularly impressed.

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This link is a game intended to promote a company. I have removed the link because we do not allow ads on this site.

jadebellant has repeatedly posted ads for this game on this site using misleading names and description such as here. That is why jadebellant is now banned.
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Wow.

Least perceptive review ever, eh!? Smilie I quit when I saw 'flash 8'.
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