Saw two interesting points:
For all the Beagleboard fans out there, we’ve created an evaluation version of Flash Lite 3. This is a fully functional version of Flash Lite that times out in 3 minutes. It is built on Angstrom Linux distribution and requires X. Please email me if you are looking for more information or are interested in having one. I should mention that OMAP 3530 (ARM Cortex A8) is a powerful CPU and seems to handle graphics as well as video very well."
How to build Valgrind for Beagleboard
1) Get Valgrind source code from SVN using revision 9648 and 1888 for VEX
svn co -r 9648 svn://svn.valgrind.org/val
svn update -r 1888
2) Download the patch here http://bugsfiles.kde.org/a
3) Apply the patch into the source code
patch -p1 < [path to the patch]
4) Run autogen.sh to run autotools
5) Configure the source code
The patch still has some bugs such as CPU instruction alignment you can 'cat /proc/cpu/alignment' to find out if the kernel is configured to fix unaligned accesses, and you can enable it by executing 'echo 2 > /proc/cpu/alignment' but it's enough to use for simple application.
Have fun with Valgrind :-)
The above quotes are straight from Facebook posts itself..