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Originally Posted by olracdor
ive download the adobe rpm from adobe website then i double clicked the rpm and the error pops up..
Strange, I can't recreate this problem. I've tried this on a Fedora 8 system and it works for me.
If you know where the rpm is, pop open a terminal window (Applications -> System Tools -> Terminal) and cd to the proper directory. Type "rpm -ivh adobe*rpm" (make sure you use the correct rpm name). If that doesn't work do a "sudo rpm -ivh adobe*rpm".