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Can you try launching app install from teminal & report if something is dumped there.
$ "Adobe AIR Application Installer" <complete-path-of-AIR-file>
Thank you for your reply!
airappinstaller throws SIGSEGV signal.
I trace it in gdb and see that libxml2::xmlHasProp throws this signal because it receive an invalid node pointer from libadobecertstore.so.
So I can't find or obtain debug symbols for adobeair-1.5.3-9130.i386 and I don't know what I should do to fix a problem...
We are aware of this issue, and would be fixed in AIR2 ( you can try out beta from: http://labs.adobe.com/downloads/air2.html )
For the time being, the workaround is to rename the following folder:
AIR 2 beta works for me!
Awesome. Great to hear that!