Installing Adobe AIR and AIR based applications

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How install the AIR runtime and install AIR applications.

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air works on 64-bit

syed's picture

AIR works on 64-bit linux (though not officially but using 32-bit lib installation workarounds). Next version might support 64-bit native installation though.

so if its Ubuntu 64-bit:
read here for complete installation help: http://www.ossramblings.com/tweetdeck_in_64_bit_ubuntu
if its FC10 64-bit
This page might help you: http://fedoratux.blogspot.com/2008/12/adobe-air-15-on-fedora-10-x8664.html
else (some other 64-bit OS):
read here for help: http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=kb408084&slice...
or for more information read here: http://smmehadi.wordpress.com/resolve-common-air-issues/

nice..

Adobe AIR Applcations's picture

nice post..but im not interesting to use linux now.. maybe someday..

Ubuntu shows its worst

SigTERM's picture

Well. This is quite embarrassing for Linux. Why do u have to set the eXecutable bit and to run the terminal, change the directory and execute the binary instead of simple double-click on it? Linux will never spread to people with behaviour like this.

Adobe Air

ivelnal's picture

Hello Shawn,

Does Adobe Air Linux is for 32-bit machine or it can be installed in a 64-bit also?

Thanks!

Yes... sort of :)

Webmistress's picture

AIR does not support 64-bit natively, but it should still run ok if you install the required 32-bit packages. See this Adobe blog entry for more info: http://blogs.adobe.com/air/2008/12/adobe_air_15_now_available_for.html

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Shawn Powers's picture

You know I'm not sure. I don't have a 64bit machine to test with, so hopefully someone else in the "know" will have an answer...

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