Re: ia64 and i386
On Mon, 30 May 2011 15:21:37 -0400, Celejar wrote:
> On Tue, 24 May 2011 21:14:38 +0530
> Mihira Fernando <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Adobe flashplayer comes to mind as well. While there is a 64 bit
>> player, I've found that the 32bit one plays without any hiccups that
>> the 64bit one seems to have (No need to have flash is evil debates
>> here. Some of us wants to watch youtube and other flash sites).
> Just FTR (although you probably know this), Flash isn't required for
> YouTube; you can grab the videos with youtube-dl / clive, and play them
> with your favorite video player. There are many advantages to this
> method, including:
> 1) Better playback controls (as per a recent thread here)
I've found that those helper apps (like the "DownloadThemAll" firefox
extension) do not always work with all of the flash video sites out
there. I dunno exactly why though my guess is that they fail when
And don't forget that videos are only a litte part of the flash based
sites, there games and online applications that depend on flash.
> 2) You have a copy of the video, in case it's removed from YouTube
And who in this world wants to have his terabyte hard disk full of cute -
meow- cats? ;-)
3) Flash is evil ;)
Let me be a bit more picky here. Flash is evil because Adobe made it so.
Adobe's Flash Player, completely open, properly done, developed and
programmed could have its use.