Therefore, I suggest refraining from installing ia32-libs package. Reference: Thank you so much!! Just thought I'd thank you for this guide. Write that number down for reference. Then on the window that will appear go to the last tab Miscellaneous and click Run a. After the install, then you'll have access to the tools. For Debian Wheezy you have to enable multiarch and then install the dependent libraries as listed in the other answers or as needed by the binaries from the tools or platform-tools directory: sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install libc6:i386 For further libs check with ldd for referenced.
I also used the update-alternatives program to make a java 32-bit preference. Did you go to your extracted folder and run. It installed successfully and I was able to run my Android apps. Click on New button to create a new Android virtual device. If it worked for you then great. In a perfect world tho, I would definitely have a 2 machine setup with a kvm switch and dual monitors. All I did was to copy adb to my bin folder, and my adb worked like a charm.
Accept the license agreement for Java and choose the Windows x64 file. The problem seemed to be that the Android executables requires 32 bit libraries that are not available in Ubuntu 64 by default. I would like to tinker with the Android software development kit, and I have found out that it only support 32-bit versions of the Java Platform and Eclipse. Installation is nothing but extracting the the downloaded package. If you are able to find the software,its installation is as easy as clicking the install button. I mean while we're dreaming, may as well do it right.
For example, select Eclipse Classic and download the version for your system architecture such as 32bit or 64 bit version for Linux. The latest 32bit I could find provided by Google is an archive. It installed successfully and I was able to run my Android apps. A slight twist on the above Q and A: I'm running Debian Wheezy 7. I recommend installing Oracle Java because it is usually the most well maintained and up to date version of Java. To install Android Studio from the Ubuntu Software Centre, simply search for Android Studio in the search box and you should get a couple of results. Read and accept the license agreements, then click Finish.
I've learned so much by messing with my ubuntu vm. The build failed because one of the resource utilities needed a 32-bit libz. Select the device Click Start to open the virtual device. Android Studio demands a lot of system resources, therefore your machine needs to meet up to a couple of requirements for it to run smoothly. However, it may take some time as well as patience typing in the commands. Still it needs some tweaks to install on recent version of Ubuntu 13.
It all ran just fine on ubuntu 6. Here are some tweaks you need to run the android platform tools which are 32-bit binary. Has anyone else gotten this running on Ubuntu 9. However, if I restarted the machine, it would never boot. Start Eclipse, then select Help and Install New Software. Start using your Android phone from the Android emulator.
I did not have to update my. I downloaded and updated sdk on ubuntu 14. For this reason, this tutorial would take us through a step-by-step approach for installing the software on our ubuntu based machines. I am just adding my 2 cents Due to technical difficulties when trying to upgrade 12. To fix this issue, you need to download platform-tools r23.
I found the solution by loads of googling and trying out many different solutions in a sort of trial and error approach. If so, make your choice and click Proceed. If this question can be reworded to fit the rules in the , please. You can download the pre-built binary package from. If this is the last step of this post, I would have not written this post at all. This can take a few seconds to complete.
I have a guest Ubuntu 12. Now, the Virtual device has been added. Didn't want to start a new thread. Select the correct bit version for your corresponding system architecture. It installed successfully and I was able to run my Android apps. I installed the ia32 Sun Java runtime environment and the 32-bit version of Eclipse. Performing the same steps should configure it for your 32bit Ubuntu installation.