development issues with Adobe's Flash Player 9 for Linux.
""In general we chose the standard but we really just want it to work," Huang said. "Our wish list is for more consistency of libraries across the various Linux distributions, which would enable wider support."
The problem revolves around the fact that there really isn't such a thing a standard Linux desktop. Efforts like the Linux Standard Base (LSB), which aims to provide standardized API's for the Linux desktop, fall short for Flash.
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