That being said would be enough to call this new player rubbish again, but it is even worse. It still crashes Firefox quite often, which I believe is related to PulseAudio introduced to Ubuntu with Hardy Heron:
firefox crashes on flash contents when using libflashsupport
It crashes very easyly when you try to watch videos fullscreen. Therefore I use now 9 again.
hmm... nspluginwrapper says:
I'm doing this as root, and it works for flash 9 (same file permissions, same location). Anybody see anything different? I shouldn't expect it to work any better in 64-bit than it does in 32-bit anyway, given all the crash reports.m-q plugins # nspluginwrapper -i /usr/lib/nsbrowser/plugins.old/libflashplayer.so
*** NSPlugin Viewer *** ERROR: /usr/lib/nsbrowser/plugins.old/libflashplayer.so: cannot make segment writable for relocation: Permission denied
nspluginwrapper: no appropriate viewer found for /usr/lib/nsbrowser/plugins.old/libflashplayer.so
If you are having problems with Flash Player on Linux or have feature requests please go submit those:
Also, in case you are wondering about the lack of 64bit support, you can help make it happen! Check out my blog for details:
Same Adobe crap, honestly, Adobe is probably the most pathetic company for fixing bugs. Only Adobe can put out a plug-in that can't even render their bloody website correctly.
Still no 64-bit support despite it being out for 7 years. They use obsolete frameworks and then point fingers at Apple. They bring out a non-native x86 OS X version of CS2 despite having YEARS of advanced notice of Apple intent and never bring out a native binary for CS2 on the OSX86. Instead they screw people over by making them purchase a CS3 upgrade just so they can run it natively AND STILL BUILD IT ON A DEPRECIATED FRAMEWORK!
I really truly hope silverlight becomes the new web standard. At least it's open and truly crossplatform and already supports 64-bit.