Back in May we reported on the Lightspark Flash Player that was developed by a free software developer using Adobe's released SWF/Flash documentation and has hit a point where its ActionScript 3.0 support is nearly complete, has a JIT engine that leverages LLVM, supports OpenGL rendering, and boasts various other
Lightspark, an LGPLv3 licensed Flash player and browser plugin written in C++/C that runs on Linux and that aims to support Adobe's newer Flash formats and AVM2 virtual machine, is now at version 0.7.0. After good months of development, the developers of Lightspark have returned with a new version, featuring numerous improvements.
I was trying out Lightspark flash player to see how it worked on ppc. I uninstalled the Gnash browser plugin, installed lightspark with all the packages that came with it in synaptic. Lightspark didn`t work at all, not even detected in browser, so I uninstalled and reinstalled Gnash browser plugin. Ghash works, but I lost all sound, and I think Gnash graphics even got a bit slower.