Error 'Library/Application Support/Adobe/Flex directory could not be written' installing Flex Builder 3
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On a Mac OS X system with non-administrator rights, Adobe Flex Builder can be installed correctly. However, if you enter a valid serial number, you may see a message indicating that 'Library/Application Support/Adobe/Flex directory could not be written.' Restarting Flex Builder prompts for the serial number again and the previously entered number is not saved.
- Install Flex Builder and enter the serial number using an account that has administrator privileges.
- If you do not have access to an account with administrator privileges, then you can manually create the Library/Application Support/Adobe/Flex directory before installing Flex Builder.
Flex Builder 3 doesn't require administrator rights to install and run on Mac. However, it does require administrator rights to write the license.properties file, which resides in the Library/Application Support/Adobe/Flex directory.
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