Updating adobe air applications
Updating adobe air applications - Chat3d xxx
IIRC it's mostly /Library/Frameworks/Adobe AIR.framework and the app installer/uninstaller in /Applications/Utilities... Finally trying Auto PKG to get a usable pkg for Adobe AIR \- however, when I run it the recipe fails: Error in com.github.Copy the installer(AIR) file to C:\Program Files\Adobe\ and then try installing it from there.If none of these work for you, feel free to contact us.For Flash we pull out the PKG file and use that push out updates, but Air doesn't seem to have that type of install. But you could just as easily place it in /tmp if you don't want your users to see it. /bin/bash/Users/Shared/Adobe\ AIR\ Installer.app/Contents/Mac OS/Adobe\ AIR\ Installer -silent -eula Accepted Extracted from:https://jamfnation.jamfsoftware.com/discussion.html?Right now we just used Composer to capture the install and that seems to be working. id=7152 I just installed Auto Pkg and tried using it to create the Adobe Air package. Just looking for something a little easier to update when new versions come along.Exiting" exit 0 fi else currentinstalledver="none" echo "Adobe AIR is not installed" fi ARCurr Vers Normalized=$( echo $latestver | sed 's/[.]//g' ) ARCurr Maj Vers=$( echo $latestver | cut -d.
-f1 ) url="" url1=" url2="/Adobe AIR.dmg" #Build URL url=`echo "$$"` echo "Latest version of the URL is: $url" # Compare the two versions, if they are different or Adobe AIR is not present then download and install the new version. = "$" ]; then /bin/echo "`date`: Current AIR version: $" $ /bin/rm /tmp/$ #double check to see if the new version got updated newlyinstalledver=`/usr/bin/defaults read /Applications/Utilities/Adobe\ AIR\ Application\ Installer.app/Contents/Info CFBundle Short Version String` if [ "$" = "$" ]; then /bin/echo "`date`: SUCCESS: Adobe AIR has been updated to version $" $ # /Library/Application\ Support/JAMF/bin/jamf Helper.app/Contents/Mac OS/jamf Helper -window Type hud -title "Adobe AIR Updated" -description "Adobe AIR has been updated." & else /bin/echo "`date`: ERROR: Adobe AIR update unsuccessful, version remains at $." @joe.farage: I am using your script to install Air (my users need to use the claromentis document editor).
After running the script runs successfully, Air seems to be installed, frameworks files are there, but the apps don't seem to detect it in browser (Chrome, Safari, I'm just prompted to run the Air installer again).
If I manually run the installer, Air is recognized... The script seems to be installing an unusable instance of Air. I'd recommend doing a double take on anything requiring Flash or AIR installs.
latestver=`/usr/bin/curl -s -A "$user Agent" https://get.adobe.com/air/ | /usr/bin/grep "Version" | /usr/bin/sed -e 's///g' -e '/^ *$/d' | /usr/bin/awk ''` echo "Latest Version is: $latestver" # Get the version number of the currently-installed Adobe AIR, if any.
if [ -e "/Applications/Utilities/Adobe AIR Application Installer.app" ]; then currentinstalledver=`/usr/bin/defaults read /Applications/Utilities/Adobe\ AIR\ Application\ Installer.app/Contents/Info CFBundle Short Version String` echo "Current installed version is: $currentinstalledver" if [ $ = $ ]; then echo "Adobe AIR is current.
In order to run the Elvis Desktop client, Adobe AIR needs to be installed.