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comment Are Linux distributions mutually compatible?
ex: application built on MS Windows won't work on Apple OSX even though both may have the same x86_64 architecture.
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comment Are Linux distributions mutually compatible?
Good answer! Also important in this answer is the word "likely". Even if ldd is happy (all dependencies fulfilled) your application may not work as expected because something in one of the dependency libs is not ABI compatible. for more reading here is an example: access.redhat.com/articles/rhel-abi-compatibility
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accepted Does the Edge web-browser by Microsoft run on multiple platforms (i.e. Linux, Mac, Windows)?
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comment Does Chrome-desktop have built-in “disable all flash” feature?
Additionally! right under the "Let me choose when to run plugin content" there is a "Manage Exceptions" button. You can give exceptions to allow flash to run without your need to right-click and select "Run Plugin". --> So this solution gives you the best of both worlds (no Flash by default... but flash when if/when you need/want Flash).
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revised Does Chrome-desktop have built-in “disable all flash” feature?
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asked Does Chrome-desktop have built-in “disable all flash” feature?
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revised Does the Edge web-browser by Microsoft run on multiple platforms (i.e. Linux, Mac, Windows)?
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