Which platforms does Moonlight support?
Moonlight should work on any modern 32bit and 64bit Linux distributions under Firefox versions 3.0 through 4.x, as well as Google Chrome, from both stable and dev channels
We make sure that the plug-in available from this site works on the following platforms: SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 11, openSUSE 11.x, Ubuntu 9.10, and Fedora 12.
Older distributions will run Moonlight, but may require that you build Moonlight from source code.
Does Netflix work with Moonlight?
Netflix does not work with Moonlight at this time. While Moonlight supports all of the UI and media playback infrastructure, it lacks DRM support which Netflix requires. See this silverlight.net forum post and this page on the Moonlight wiki.
Where can I get the source?
The latest source code tarballs can be downloaded from http://ftp.novell.com/pub/mono/sources/moon/
Will Moonlight use hardware acceleration with my GPU+driver?
We've started a list of configurations known to work and not work here, but the GPU+driver landscape is vast, and we need your help to fill in the gaps. Please report back to us any problems/successes you have with Moonlight and hardware acceleration.
Does Moonlight support video capture from my webcam/tuner card on linux?
Yup. Moonlight uses the widely supported V4L2 API. At present, only 2 video formats are supported (YUYV and YVU420) which seems to cover the webcams we have access to. If you have a webcam that doesn't work with Moonlight, we want to hear from you.
Where can I discuss Moonlight?
If you prefer chat rooms, you can usually find the developers in the #moonlight IRC channel on GimpNET (irc.gnome.org). You can access the chat over the web.
Where can I report any bugs that I find in Moonlight?
You can submit any bugs you find to our bug-tracking system.