Installing Adobe Air on Ubuntu 12.04

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I had some trouble installing Adobe Air on Ubuntu 12.04. Got this error:

"Adobe AIR could not be installed. Install either Gnome Keyring or KDE KWallet before installing Adobe AIR."

I found a good solution here:

This was, of course, in addition to using the excellent guide posted in the forum for 11.10:
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Victor Boudolf III

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Posted 3 years ago

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Netinho Teixeira

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I found this solution! It's works!!!
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Great to hear. We will soon update our Linux FAQ page to add current tutorials.
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Speaking of which -- is Air required for Confluence Balsamiq plugin? I have just migrated to a fresh 12.04 machine, and editing mockups in Confluence no longer works.
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Hi vladimir, no it's not required, just the flash player. Please send details about the issue you're seeing in Mockups for Confluence to
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thanks for quick response. It seems like the issue is now gone. Previously, the mockup would not load in 5 minutes (there was progress dialog that was not moving). It is now loading instantly, so maybe it was just load spike on our server.