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It looks like you are trying to install an AIR application instead of AIR Runtime.
You need to install AIR Runtime first.
Maybe you can see what I'm doing wrong.
- I go to get.adobe.com/air/
- I download Adobe AIR 1.1 Installer
- When it is mounted, I double-click Adobe AIR Installer.app
- Then I get the error message telling me that the application requires Adobe AIR and telling me to download the latest version.
This is a known issue with AIR 1.1 and Mac OS 10.5, although it occurs on only a small number of machines. Try re-ordering the list of languages in System Preferencs>International. It doesn't matter what change you make; it's making any change that corrects the issue. Then try installing again.
I went to System Preferences, International, Language and put English second on the list. Then I changed it back, opened the installation package, and it installed as it should.
I need to distribute the installer with our native installer and can't have the user go in and edit Language Preferences just to get it to install.
Is there a way to programmatically change the languages preferences, using a shell or perl script for example?