Today Adobe released a beta version of Flash 10, from the realease notes:
“Ubuntu OS Support — Flash Player 10 now supports Ubuntu, one of the most popular flavors of Linux.”
- “Ubuntu OS”?
- Previous versions of Flash already work on Ubuntu
- How can you say that you support a .deb-based distro if you only release a .tar.gz and a .rpm?
The bad news is that it crashes both WebKit GTK and QtWebKit. This is a perfect example of why I don’t like closed source software, it isn’t because of political reasons but because interoperability with it is hard: you don’t have any simple way to understand what it’s wrong and it’s impossible to fix it.