Thanks for reporting the issue. In order for us to find out the cause of the behaviour you see on you system we would like you to provide some more information.
1. Execute the following from terminal: touch ~/.airappinstall.log
2. Try to install the air app and provide us the contents of this file.
In case the contents of the log file is empty, try installing the app from command line:
Adobe\ AIR\ Application\ Installer /path/to/AIR/file.air
If there is a crash, can you provide us the crash log generated.
Thanks for your time
I tried to install Tweetdeck, and it gave this error:
unexpected error: ArgumentError: Error #2004
I created the log file as you requested but it wrote nothing to it.
When installing from the command line, you have to give full path (not just the relative path) of the air file.
So in case you have you tweetdeck.air in your documents directory, you will have to execute the following commnad from the terminal:
Adobe\ AIR\ Application\ Installer ~/Documents/tweetdeck.air
Let me know if this works for you, and in case it does, share the contents of the log file, which you should create before attempting to install the air application, as mentioned in my previous post.
OK, I tried that and now I get a segmentation fault. Nothing was written to the log file (again). I also tried it with EarthBrowser and got the same result...
- Rob A.
Are you running Ubuntu on an AMD machine? We have had people complaining of a simialr problem on AMD machines, though we haven't been able to reproduce the issue.
I will keep you posted about any developments. You can get in touch with me at sundeep at adobe dot com.
Yes I am on a system with an AMD processor.