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I'm trying to install Adobe Air on a 64bit Debian system but just can't get it to work. All the instructions I can find on the net are for Ubuntu ...
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    Installing Adobe Air on 64bit


    I'm trying to install Adobe Air on a 64bit Debian system but just can't get it to work. All the instructions I can find on the net are for Ubuntu and I've tried to modify them for Debian but with no luck.

    Is there a write up for installing it anywhere around?

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    It would help if you included what exactly you tried and where it failed.

    This is about the best I can find for how to install the necessary 32 bit libraries and create the proper symlinks. Should be the third entry down dated 24 December 2009.

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    Ended up getting it running with a mix of hxxp://bit.ly/horceo (Running AIR 1.5 Apps on 64-bit Gentoo Linux) , hxxp://is.gd/hXpMP (Cleanly installing and running Adobe Air and TweetDeck on 64-bit Linux) and hxxp://is.gd/hXpWO (Troubleshooting AIR's Encrypted Local Storage (ELS) on Linux) . The article you referenced does seem to be about the same though.

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