A partial solution to my own post: AdobeAir evidently is a 32-bit product and the specific error message was caused by my having a 64-bit system. When I used yum to install the 32-bit version of gnome-keyring , the AdobeAirInstaller.exe got further but then gave a new error message:
"An error occurred while installing Adobe AIR. Installation may not be allowed by your administrator. Please contact your administrator."
I ran the command as a superuser so I am confused why the Installer won't go the whole way, it should be able to install all necessary files. So I am still stuck, but in a new spot.
try adobe air installation on your Fedora 10 after installing xterm on it.
sudo yum install xterm
see if that resolves your issue.
As 64-bit linux isn't supported officially, so please share the steps you did before installing 32-bit adobe air runtime on 64-bit fedora 10.
syed mehadi <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Please try adobe air installation on your Fedora 10 after
installing xterm on it. sudo yum install xterm see if
that resolves your issue.
This does not make a difference.
I did find this webpage:
which gives some suggestions about how to install Air on a
64-bit Linux distribution, but the information is out of
date, e.g., although Air evidently installs and works on a
64-bit Fedora 8 system, it does not on Fedora 10. The
recommended 32-bit libraries also don't exist (at least,
they are not accessible via yum).