Originally posted by: chrisdat
Link to how to capture install log:
Originally posted by: stjohnsj
Oliver: Are you interested in getting the crypto error causing certificate file? If so then contact me directly as I don't want to post someone else's certificate publicly. The problem with the cert is real and 100% reproducible. If the cert is in the keychain, AIR apps won't install. If you delete it, everything works ok.
I know I am digging up an old thread. But there was no resolution mentioned for the problem and I have run into similar situation as others have reported.
If Oliver is still looking into this issue, please respond to this thread.
I too am still having this problem, i've tried all the fixes mentioned in this thread and via all the links within it and am still having issues installing air apps on my macbook.
Starting app install of file:///Users/keri/Desktop/TweetDeck_0_34.3.air
UI SWF load is complete
Unpackaging to /private/var/folders/lc/lcgmHAjFEEOxK5r6j-Qva++++TI/TemporaryItems/Fl ashTmp1
unpackaging is complete
application is bound to side-by-side version 1.0
application is bound to this version of the runtime
app id TweetDeckFast
pub id FFF259DC0CE2657847BBB4AFF0E62062EFC56543.1
failed while unpackaging: [ErrorEvent type="error" bubbles=false cancelable=false eventPhase=2 text="Error #3003" errorID=3003]
starting cleanup of temporary files
application installer exiting
After originally being installed on my system, AIR refused to upgrade to latest version. After trying various "fixes" I found on the web, I now have no version of AIR installed and am accordingly cancelling my NY Times subscription, etc. The message that I get, "An error occurred while installing Adobe AIR. Installation may not be allowed by your administrator. Please contact your administrator." is isngularly unhelpful. I am the administrator.
One should not need to be a systems engineer to install such a piece of code.
I am losing all respect for Adobe, a company from whom I have purchased much software over the years.
I am running Mac OS X 10.6.4 on a 2.66 GHz Intel Core i5 iMac with 8 GB 1967 MHz DDR3 memory.
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