ARM Announces Full Support for Adobe Flash Player 10.1

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ARM Announces Full Support for Adobe Flash Player 10.1

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jorgenjorgensen
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This is the heading on this page from 2009: http://arm.com/about/newsroom/26062.php

It points me at openscreenproject.org, which is now on adobe.com

This page is part of our initial basis for choosing to go on with the arm processor, as well as knowing that Flash actually runs on phones.

Now, However, I can't find where to get the player for The Ubuntu desktop for our i.MX6 ARM Cortex-A9 Dual Lite.

Does one exist or can You refer to an integrator other than Adobe to deliver one for Your Ubuntu?

kind regards

Jorgen

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SergioSolis
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hello,

Sorry, but the information you are requesting is treated as confidential info at this time and requires a signed NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement). Naturally, we cannot discuss this with you in public anyway, this requires to be handled as a Service Request (SR). Be aware that to give you remote support through a SR, we will still need the confirmation of a Freescale employee that the NDA is in place. If you want to go this route, the next steps will be: If you have already signed a NDA agreement for this product, please contact the person who assisted you or create a SR and name us a Freescale person that can confirm this. If you have not signed an agreement, please contact your local Freescale Distributor Salesperson or FAE for assistance. For a listing of our distributors, refer to: http://www.freescale.com/webapp/sps/site/overview.jsp?code=DISTRIBUTORS

Best regards,
Sergio

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