It exists! It’s not in the Adobe yum repos yet, as it’s still an alpha build, but you can download it here:

[Native Linux 64-bit Flash Player from Adobe Labs]

It works very well. No longer do you need to get nspluginwrapper working, and then configure pulseaudio (if that’s your distro) to listen to 32-bit apps, blah blah blah. Simply unpackage, throw the .so file into the firefox plugins directory, and restart firefox. Great stuff. I’ve also noticed there’s a performance gain to be seen, my flash videos used to lag and flicker on youtube when I made them fullscreen, and this doesn’t happen anymore. Sound worked out of the box with pulse.

And the best part, although it’s supposedly an alpha build, it crashes a heck of a lot less than it used to. No more npviewer.bin segfaults in the /var/log/messages file! My guess is that this is because of the lack of a hacked wrapper. But, that being said, if it crashes on you a lot after trying it, don’t be too upset. At least they’re trying.