Does the AIR Beta work for your Linux distribution?

Although the list of supported distributions (Ubuntu 7.10, Fedora 8, OpenSuSE 10.3) is small compared to the total number of Linux distros out there, we expect AIR to run fine on a lot more of them.
It is not possible for us to exhaustively test all features on all distributions – we depend on you for this feedback. To ensure that AIR runs on as many distributions as possible, implementation of AIR features is based on standard specifications (such as the FreeDesktop specs). More and more distributions, window managers and desktop environments now adhere to these.
It would also be great to have feedback about other devices that run Linux, such as OLPC XO, EEE PC and Samsung Q1U.
System requirements are listed as part of the release notes.
We’d like to know if the latest release on labs works for your favorite distribution – please go ahead and post the result in a comment below.

3 Responses to Does the AIR Beta work for your Linux distribution?

  1. Vadim P. says:

    Works on Ubuntu 8.04, 64bit.
    However the Adobe Media Player application doesn’t start.
    [The current version of Adobe Media Player doesn’t yet work on Linux. The next release of AMP is expected to. – Ashutosh]

  2. Kieran says:

    Works great on Ubuntu 8.04 32bit

  3. Yo prefiero linux a windows, pero esperar hasta los instilaciones como adobe media player funcion completamente y correctamente sin problemas y voy a cambiar.

    ¿Qué problemas tienen los que se enfrentan con Adobe Media Player en Linux?
    — Ashutosh