Adobe Air 2.6 on Fedora Core 17, x86_64
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It turns out that installing Adobe Air on FC17 is much like on FC15. Here's what I did.
When I ran this command, yum complained about a conflict. I had to uninstall a 64 bit package to allow its 32 bit counterpart to install; I think it was popt-devel.
To install an application, you need some libraries from FC14. You can find them here. Extract them to a directory called "lib", then run the installer like this:
I use this to install the Grooveshark and Pandora applications. These also require the 32-bit version of curl, so install it as well:
The applications should then work!