Linux Installation + Controller Instructions

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Jitsumi Nov 20, 2013 @ 6:13am 
"Though it still might be painful, but hey! You're using Linux, so this should be easy. "

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Why do we need to be super-geek to use linux? Because people like you...
lars.doucet Nov 7, 2013 @ 11:20am 
(I'm "Lars")
Yo, sorry the link went down temporarily, it's back up again, and it should be redirecting to its new permanent page:

http://www.defendersquest.com/1/index.php?page=linux
fscherrer Nov 2, 2013 @ 2:27pm 
(...)And finally, following this post from ToostInc:
$ mkdir -p ~/.appdata/Adobe/AIR
$ echo 2 > ~/.appdata/Adobe/AIR/eulaAccepted
As said by ToostInc, this is necessary because the runtime wants to show you the Adobe's AIR EULA using the Adobe AIR Updater, which is not present in the AIR SDK, so you can accept it. Which means: by running these two command above you're saying you accept the Adobe AIR EULA[www.adobe.com].

And that's all, enjoy it :)
fscherrer Nov 2, 2013 @ 2:24pm 
Hi there!

Well, the link (http://www.defendersquest.com/linux.html) is not working anymore, but I'm using Linux, so :P
As I'm using Gentoo, I've installed the dev-util/adobe-air-sdk-bin from the xarthisius overlay (you know, layman -a xarthisius, then emerge -va dev-util/adobe-air-sdk-bin)
After that, a link pointing to the runtime was necessary at /opt/Adobe AIR:
# ln -s /opt/Adobe/AirSDK/runtimes/air/linux/Adobe\ AIR/ /opt/Adobe\ AIR

(...)a comment can't have more than 1000 characters, so I'm finishing in the next one