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Details for libhal1-flash (0.3.3-dmo2) - i386 - Unstable/Sid

Compatibility library to allow playback of flash DRM content

The Adobe Flash web browser plugin for Linux relies upon libhal to provide
information required by libadobecp (which retrieves from
the internet) for playing back drm content.

Since HAL is no longer centric to most modern Linux systems (now we have
UDev, UDisks etc) - I'm only really providing this library because I see a
growing trend in the UK: ITV, Lovefilm and others are now using Silverlight
rather than Flash for their drm streams. Currently Silverlight DRM
protected content isn't supported on Linux (I'd like to see this change - I
have nothing against Silverlight).

Section: utils
Priority: extra
Filename: pool/main/h/hal-flash-dmo/libhal1-flash_0.3.3-dmo2_i386.deb
Size: 10896
MD5sum: c240c4f45e6e3c6e4c79f15284a42bc8
SHA256: c62905133911bdb6a3274ed1f02b04769ab1f5eefe92fea90b5a63a6a7606bcb

Section: utils
Priority: extra
Build-Date: 03 December 2017

   - libc6 (>= 2.4).
   - libdbus-1-3 (>= 1.9.14).
   - libglib2.0-0 (>= 2.30.0).
   - udisks2.
   - flashplayer-mozilla or flashplugin-nonfree or mint-flashplugin.

Source: hal-flash-dmo
Installed-Size: 38 KB

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