So, I wanted to run Pomodairo and Tweetdeck in my KDE 4.4.2 installation, over Kubuntu 10.04. Adobe gave nice clear directions on what to do and how to install them. I downloaded the .bin file, duly installed it.
It was all crap.
The only way to run Air apps in KDE is using their SDK (not the Air installation file). Download the tar file from here. Oh and that tar file needs to be unzipped in a sub-directory and only using sudo (asinine, I know). chown it back to you.
Then download any .air file (for the app of your choice). Unzip it using
Run the whole thing using
/bin/adl -nodebug /META-INF/AIR/application.xml
P.S. You may need python-gtk2 and python-gconf
P.P.S The best and viable pomodoro timer for KDE4 (or Kubuntu) is RSIBreak. Gnome has its stuff, but somehow RSIBreak doesnt crop up for any pomodoro related searches. It is already in the Ubuntu repositories, so a simple apt-get will install it for you