Macromedia Flash Player for Linux/PPC

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In recent years, Linux has grown in popularity and has been expanded to run on Apple PowerPC-based machines. Macromedia does not currently support the growing number of Linux users on PowerPC systems, which is evident by Macromedia's lack of a Linux/PPC version of the Flash Player.

With the growing popularity of Flash on the Internet, it has become a necessity to have the Flash Player installed. Many sites have adopted Flash for such things as product demos, web-based games, and comedic movies. These things have become a vital part of the Internet, and without them, the full experience can never be met. Without the inclusion of the Flash Player for Linux/PPC, many of us are unable to benefit from the full experience of certain web sites, while Flash-only sites are rendered useless.

One of the largest complaints about Linux/PPC from users is the lack of the Flash Player, and many potential users aren't willing to make the switch until the Flash Player is available for Linux/PPC.

We the undersigned, urge you to consider releasing a Linux/PPC version of the Macromedia Flash Player, for the sake of existing and future Linux/PPC users.