install tweetdeck on ubuntu 10.04

I usually use twitter and facebook from web only. Today i thought to use some client. I found TweetDeck. I thought it must be awesome. So I installed it.

Its very easy to install on Ubuntu 10.4 thanks to TweekDeck and Ubuntu Team.

TweetDeck –

It goes like this

  • Download Adobe AIR from
  • Get the .deb file from above page.
  • Use dpkg -i .deb file and this will automatically install Adobe AIR in your computer.
    ganu@ganu:~$ sudo dpkg -i /tmp/adobeair.deb
    Selecting previously deselected package adobeair.
    (Reading database ... 219838 files and directories currently installed.)
    Unpacking adobeair (from /tmp/adobeair.deb) ...
    Setting up adobeair ( ...
  • Download TweetDeck AIR from from there website or from direct link at
  • You can also directly download the latest air file from TweetDeck website page. It will download the latest version.
  • Run the air file, double click it and follow the instructions.
  • Yea its done.

Attached are some photos.

Happy Social Networking. 😛



  1. Lovely Bushra
    Posted October 5, 2010 at 11:57 pm | Permalink | Reply

    i love this post….!!!
    its is so awesum…….i ws lost in a trance while i ws readin it……
    gr8 wrk !!!!

  2. Dijeck
    Posted February 2, 2011 at 7:41 pm | Permalink | Reply


    It can be done easier (at least on my 10.04 LTS).

    Just do sudo apt-get install adobeair

    And afterwards go to the Tweetdeck-site, download it and install it directly.


  3. Posted October 4, 2011 at 12:35 am | Permalink | Reply

    Check out:
    for a very detailed & current Text Version.

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