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Looks like a simple permissions problem betwen the /opt/Adobe_Flex_Builder_Linux folder and your user. Just sort that out and it'll probably be fine, assuming your 'packaged Eclipse' doesn't suffer the same problems as Fedora's (used too) i.e. it's been tweaked to work with gcj, and a such breaks with real Sun Java.
did you sudo ./Adobe_Flex_builder.sh ?
Granted, I'm using the previous release of Ubuntu, but it seems to install easier and run better than any of the other 3 distros I've tried.
I understand your frustration, but it's part of what we do. Hope this helps.
I have exactly the same configuration here Java 1.5 + Firefox 18.104.22.168 on Ubuntu 7.10
I "sudoed" the ./Adobe_Flex_builder.sh and made sure my Eclipse installation directory was readable/writable for me (not only for the root user), managed to install FlexBuilder without a problem, and I must say it runs really well ...
Hope that helps
I get the errors you report when I try to run flex builder from a directory to which I do not have write privileges. Try changing to your home folder.
Originally posted by: all_the_nicks_r_gone
> ./Adobe_Flex_builder.sh: 93: /eclipse: not found
> Methinks you set your eclipse folder to be the root folder when you installed.
> Reinstall and set it correctly -- I don't use ubuntu, but it's probably
> something like /usr/lib/eclipse-3.3 .
Ubuntu bundles Eclipse 3.2 which we dont support... If you want you can
pickup latest Eclipse 3.3.x from eclipse.org and install the same.
Packaged with OS, some of it may not provide latest versions.. that
might be the catch?
Ubuntu 7.10's Eclipse package works fine with Flex Builder, just make sure the owner of the eclipse install dir is you, and otherwise accept the Builder installer's defaults. http://weblogs.macromedia.com/mxna/controller.cfm?handler=PostHandler&action=click&postId= 229311&nextPage=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2Erachaelandtom%2Einfo%2Fnode%2F1497