OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Error "Adobe AIR Could Not Be Installed. Install Either Gnome Keyring Or KDE KWallet Before Installing Adobe AIR"
Jul 4, 2011
I downloaded Adobe Air, both the rpm and the .bin versions. First I tried the rpm, it went through the motions of installing but just disappeared. then I tied the .bin, got tot the installer, accepted the license, entered my root password, but it stopped installing with "an error occurred. Adobe AIR could not be installed. Install either Gnome Keyring or KDE KWallet before installing Adobe AIR". I opened Kwallet and tried again, but to no avail. I am running OS11.4 64 bit. What can I do to get this thing working?
On a Debian system, I installed Adobe Acrobat Reader using the Linux binary (AdbeRdr9.4.2-1_i486linux_enu.bin) downloaded from Adobe's website. I realized there's a way to install it from a Debian package as opposed to Adobe's binary (and be able to keep up better with security updates), so I want to remove Adobe's version and install the Debian package. What's the right way to uninstall Reader when it was installed this way?
How to install Adobe Flash on my netbook. I recently installed openSUSE 11.4 which I am guessing is the newest one. I also am using Mozilla Firefox 4.0 Beta 12. I can't seem to install it at all. First I downloaded the YUM file and tried installing it with some weird program that came with openSUSE and it is just too difficult. I definitely do not know how to use it. Then I read I should be installing the tar.gz file and so I did. Even then people have different ways of installing it. The easiest way I have seen has been the way Adobe's website tells how to install it.
Installation instructions for tar.gz 1. Click the download link to begin installation. A dialog box will appear asking you where to save the file. 2. Save the .tar.gz file to your desktop and wait for the file to download completely. 3. Unpackage the file. 4. Copy the libflashplayer.so file to the plugins folder of your browser. Refer to your browser vendor for the location of this folder. 5. To verify the plug-in is installed in your Mozilla browser, launch Mozilla and choose Help > About Plug-ins from the browser menu.
Now my problem is that when it tells me to copy "Copy the libflashplayer.so file to the plugins folder of your browser" I cannot find the "plugins" folder in my mozilla/firefox folder. Now I'm actually wondering if it's because it a Beta version of Mozilla Firefox. I'm not very good with "coding" and "commands".
I have just updated my system from openSuse 11.1 to openSuse 11.2, all is working fine. Now I would like to install the Adobe Reader program downloading it from the official website. I can use Evince to see PDF files... Unfortunately Evince shows strange defects over the images contained in the PDF file (strange white vertical lines and other little things).
I want try to use the original Adobe reader to check if those defects will go away so I can print the document (on Windows the pdf file is displayed perfectly). I have gone to this address to download the latest version: Adobe - Adobe Reader : For Unix : Adobe Reader 9.3.1 Linux and Solaris update - multiple languages
When I presse the "Download" button I go to another page. In this page I select the 9.3.1 version and then the "enu" directory (I suppose that "enu" stays for "english", I'm right? ) After that I block myself; as I see there are only i386 and i486 version available, but I have the i586 architecture. This means that the Adobe Reader is not available for my Linux system? Maybe I have got the wrong download address?
I'm new to Ubuntu and I'm learning this new OS. Using 10.04 Desktop Edition Ubuntu. I want to install adobe flash player on this OS tried every thing present to solve this problem of mine on this forum but couldn't get it. Its giving me this error:
Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/aptdaemon/worker.py", line 116, in _process_transaction self.update_cache() File "/usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/aptdaemon/worker.py", line 426, in update_cache self._cache.update(progress, raiseOnError=True) File "/usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/apt/deprecation.py", line 103, in deprecated_function return func(*args, **kwds) File "/usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/apt/cache.py", line 309, in update raise LockFailedException("Failed to lock %s" % lockfile) LockFailedException: Failed to lock /var/lib/apt/lists/lock
I just installed Adobe Flash on my Ubuntu OS, and the audio disappeared. I hit an error on installing the adobe Flash, the first attempt I have, I mistakenly downloaded and installed the version for 8.x, and hit an error on installation. After that I installed the version for 9.x and video runs, but audio is missing.
Always when i attempt to download any software, an error message opens stating that adobe 8 cannot read it. when saved in downloads clicking open does not function and i cant find an uninstall for the adobe reader 8. I cannot get any anit-virus protection, problem compounded by having no cd input.
I am currently using Ubuntu 8.04 and need photoshop for school. I am new to Linux and don't understand much. It is urgent that I get this program installed. I have read something about installing wine but not real instructions
I'm getting just as the install starts for Adobe Air (in Ubuntu 9.10)"An error occurred while installing Adobe AIR. Installation may not be allowed by your administrator. Please contact your administrator"
I used:sudo ./AdobeAIRInstaller.bin
And after I agree to the ULA the install starts, then stops and feeds me the above error. Any ideas? I'm new to linux/unix.I searched around and found some info regarding installing Adobe Air, but nothing about this error.
On my office PC with Intel Core i5 x4 / 8GB RAM / Intel's in-CPU video card / Opensuse 11.4 adobe flash is very slow it is impossible to watch fullscreen ..... videos even in 480p. But on my home PC everything is just fine and CPU is AMD Athlon II 645 x3 - it is much slower... video card is ATI 5770 with AMD's proprietary drivers. May be Intel's on-CPU video card is slowing down flash video playback? Or may be i need to install other video drivers?
I know it's a very common problem but I didn't find any easy solution to install adobe air on debian testing 64 bits? I thought Adobe would release official 64 bits packages but it is not done yet... Impossible to find any unofficial packages from the community either?
Running 32-bit AIR on 64-bit systems has not been fully tested. However, 32-bit AIR is expected to run on 64-bit systems if they have the required 32-bit libraries and packages installed. The following links describe how to install or update AIR 2.6 on 64-bit versions of Ubuntu 9.10, Fedora Core 12 and OpenSuse 11.2. Installing Adobe AIR 2.6 on 64-bit Linux visit Install Adobe AIR 2 on 64-bit Linux distributions. Updating to Adobe AIR 2.6 on 64-bit Linux visit Install Adobe AIR 2 on 64-bit Linux distributions Adobe AIR could not be installed. Either gnome-keyring or Kwallet must be installed prior to installing Adobe AIR.
I spent 2 hours with Sam on IRC #Ubuntu and went through a very involved investigation of the problem. At the end, still no sound.The sound worked perfectly before the Adobe upgrade. To be clear, now have no sound period, no system sound, no playback sound, no sound online, offline, nada.I am running Ubuntu 10.04, which I don't want to update at this time. I'm running this OS on a desktop PC and have no idea what sound card I have.I recently installed a new ALSA mixer and have checked to be sure nothing is muted. I've read through a ton of posts and so far have found nothing that exactly solves this
It should be easy, but Adobe's page for Linux downloads has a choice of about five different downloads. I tried one and it gave me some files I don't know what to do with. I do already have Flash on my computer, which I got from the Ubuntu software centre, and it works for most things but some things tell me I need a newer version.
I have read this simple instruction to get me tweetdeck into my desktop computer (AMD Athlon X2, 2GB ram, 160gb HDD - Debian SID)[URL]
I'm not sure what happened but installing Adobe Air in Debian is like installing in Windows XP -- I used the .bin file instead of the .deb because the .deb say's Adobe Air is 32 bit application.
So it is installed (sucessful or not I still don't know) -=- I go to tweetdeck site and got to its desktop page where there should be an install button -- however, there aren't any or it wont show -- it partially show like a running circle but it's not running. Then when I click on it -- it disappears.
I tried installing other air app like livebrush but the same -- the button is not shown. My Sid is updated as of now. I also have google chrome browser -- the behavior is the same as with iceweasel v3.5.10
The libxml2 update specified by CVE-2010-4494 causes a notification that it will break Adobe AIR and TweetDeck on my machine.How can I blacklist this update so it won't keep showing up in the Updater applet?The applet says I should go into Yast and manually apply the update. When I do that and tell it not to apply the update, Yast exits and the Updater applet just tells me the update is still pending. I want to get rid of the update at least temporarily until Adobe fixes the dependency (assuming they ever do).
This is a major problem for me as I clearly don't intend to uninstall TweetDeck and AIR just for some security patch. Why didn't openSUSE test this patch for AIR compatibility?
In [URL] I can right-click on a flash video and have the option to access "local settings" under "Settings" to specify configuration for webcam, mic, etc. But in Facebook I need to adjust a setting and the "Setting" option for local config is gray-ed out, I can't access it.
I'm running OpenSUSE 11.4, and I've seen this in GNOME and KDE within Firefox.
How do I get Adobe Flash Player installed in Debian 6.0.0 (Squeeze?) I went to a couple of sites and tried typing into terminal what they suggested but to no avail. One of the commands had the sideways wavy line in it, but I do not have that key on my Toshiba L-455 Satellite laptop. Could anyone please asist me in getting Adobe Flash Player or the plug in installed.
I am having trouble with adobe flash player 10 in ubuntu 8.10 using firefox 3, I installed it from packages but every time I go to look at a video or what ever I get flash player not installed
I installed it again and read the details when it was completed and although it said the install was succesfull this was at the end (Sha256sum mismatch install_flash player_10_linux.tar.gz plugins not installed
I need a Live CD that has Adobe Flash installed working with Firefox. I need the Live CD for my vacation so I can use it to book hotel rooms using the live cd on public Windows pcs which are probably infested with all sorts of nasty things. Using my credit card with IE on those machines is out of the question. My worry is keyloggers and other things that can copy my credit card info.
Is it possible to install Adobe Flash on a live cd or is there a workaround? Should I use a different approach? I've heard of using firefox on a usb flash disc but not in any details. I'm not bringing my own laptop. In that case I wouldn't have a problem, I guess. I have to use machines in hotel business centers or internet cafees.
Debian 5.0 32bit Iceweasel 3.0.6 On browsing a document on a website it popup;Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 (with Asian Font pack installed) or above is required for viewing this document. Please install the required software. I couldn't find its package is on repo
Adobe Reader: [URL] Which package shall I download? Where shall I retain the package to install so that it can be detected on browsing?
I'm a complete newbie to Fedora and am just trying F15. I am trying to install Adobe Flash Player and am getting no-where fast. I have searched in the forums and on the web, copying and pasting the entries I have found but keep getting all sorts of errors because basically I don't know what I am doing.
I am currently trying to install adobe photoshop with wine in my computer. I downloaded a torrent copy and everything is working fine with it.. Just one problem... When it starts to initiates the installer, I begin to have problems. The initializer loads fully, but then, when it's done, the initializer goes but it doesn't bring up an installation screen..