Linux Installation + Controller Instructions

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madstork91 Dec 2, 2014 @ 11:17am 
I cant manage to get the controller to work at all...
Jitsumi Nov 20, 2013 @ 6:13am 
"Though it still might be painful, but hey! You're using Linux, so this should be easy. "

...

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