Adobe AIR 1.5 for Linux is out!

AIR for Linux is now out of its Beta status. This is the first public release of AIR on Linux and we’re very excited about it!
This brings the Linux version in feature parity with the Windows and Mac versions.
The list of supported distributions (i.e. ones we exhaustively test on) is the same as that for the beta release on Labs:
    – Ubuntu 7.10
    – Fedora 8
    – openSUSE 10.3
Adobe AIR 1.5 SDK is also available now, to develop and debug AIR applications on Linux.
We’d like to know how this release works out for you – If you run into issues or have features to request for future releases, let us know.
Release notes provide more details about system requirements, installation instructions and known issues. User forums are available to discuss any problems you might be facing.
Go get some AIR and spread the word!
Ubuntu 8.04 running AIR apps

2 Responses to Adobe AIR 1.5 for Linux is out!

  1. Zed-K says:

    Thanks a lot !
    I’m going to try this right now, hoping however that AIR 2.0 will allow us to run external programs, which would be reaaaaally useful for many projects.
    Good work !