https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/chro ... sh-armv7h/
I managed to get flash working in chromium with it on Arch (can't get mali working properly though that's another story)
So I'm now using the Lubuntu-13.04_Whisper-U2 image and have got it working on there as well.
The AUR Pkgbuild uses this archive https://www.dray.be/PepperFlash-11.7.70 ... v7h.tar.gz
edit file now at https://www.dray.be/arch/files/PepperFl ... v7h.tar.gz
edit again use this newer one
http://odroidxu.leeharris.me.uk/PepperF ... v7h.tar.gz
Be warned I know nothing about the trustworthiness of the files , indeed the ssl certificate for https://www.dray.be is invalid.
I assume its been extracted from a ARM chromebook ?
To install you extract the archive and copy the Pepperflash dir to /usr/lib
Then edit /etc/chromium-browser/default so it look like this
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# Default settings for chromium-browser. This file is sourced by /bin/sh from # /usr/bin/chromium-browser # Options to pass to chromium-browser CHROMIUM_FLAGS=" --ppapi-flash-path=/usr/lib/PepperFlash/libpepflashplayer.so --ppapi-flash-version=11.7.700.225"
I also had to delete ~/.config/chromium (I'm sure its possible to be more selective in what you delete from there) as before doing this the video was black but I could hear the sound.