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Scratch 2.0 Offline Editor installeren op Debian (Linux)

Date: 30 augustus 2013 Author: Sjoerd Dirk Categories: Scratch 15


Deze instructies zijn voor 32-bits versies van Debian/Ubuntu. Ga naar deze site voor instructies voor 64-bits versies:

Download Adobe Air 2.6 via deze link.

Open een terminal venster als root en ga naar de map waarin Adobe Air is gedownload.

Voer de volgende commando’s uit (gevonden op deze pagina):

chmod +x AdobeAIRInstaller.bin

Afhankelijk van het resultaat van het tweede commando voer je het volgende commando uit (pas dus het pad aan als dat nodig is) in de map waarin je Adobe Air gedownload hebt:

LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu ./AdobeAIRInstaller.bin

Adobe Air 2.6 wordt nu geïnstalleerd in /opt/Adobe AIR/Versions/1.0.

Download Scratch 2.0 Offline Editor via deze link (onder het kopje ‘Optional Download’, stap 2).

Voer daarna het volgende commando uit om Scratch 2.0 Offline Editor te installeren:

/opt/Adobe\ AIR/Versions/1.0/Adobe\ AIR\ Application\ Installer /{absoluut pad naar downloadmap}/Scratch.air

Om Scratch 2.0 Offline Editor te starten voer je het volgende commando uit (of maak er een snelkoppeling voor) (hoeft niet als root):

/opt/Scratch\ 2/bin/Scratch\ 2
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15 Comments: "Scratch 2.0 Offline Editor installeren op Debian (Linux)"

  1. Published by: mobluse Date: 05 september 2013

    This worked for me in Ubuntu Linux 10.04 and 12.04. Thanks!

  2. Published by: Jordi Binefa Date: 06 september 2013

    Thank you and congratulations ! . It works.

  3. Published by: Manel Sales Date: 06 september 2013

    Thank you, worked in Xubuntu 13.04!

  4. Published by: GEP Date: 07 december 2013

    Does this work on the Raspberry Pi? If so, can you include the steps for people who don’t know how to navigate linux.

    1. Published by: Sjoerd Dirk Date: 08 december 2013

      I don’t think so, because Scratch 2 Offline uses Adobe Air. And I don’t think you can’t get Adobe Air to work on a RPi.

  5. Published by: Connor Date: 05 juli 2014

    Im running Debian on a RPI. When I enter the third command i get this error:

    -bash: ./AdobeAIRInstaller.bin: cannot execute binary file.


    1. Published by: Sjoerd Dirk Date: 05 juli 2014

      AFAIK Scratch 2 doesn’t run on an RPi. You have to use Scratch 1.4 on it. Scratch 2 uses Flash and that doesn’t work on the RPi.

  6. Published by: DPR Date: 23 juli 2014

    Attempting to install 7-2014
    Following message
    Reading package lists… Done
    Building dependency tree
    Reading state information… Done
    Package ia32-libs is not available, but is referred to by another package.
    This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or
    is only available from another source

    1. Published by: Sjoerd Dirk Date: 23 juli 2014

      I assume you’re using a 64-bit Ubuntu 13.10. I found on the internet that the ia32-libs package isn’t available anymore in this version of Ubuntu.
      I’m sorry, but I don’t know how to fix this.

      If anybody knows a solution, please post it in the comments.

      1. Published by: Sjoerd Dirk Date: 02 augustus 2014

        I’ve found this site about installing Scratch 2.0 on Ubuntu 64-bits:

      2. Published by: Sing Date: 18 januari 2015

        I have 14.01 version of ubuntu, this works ia32bit works.

  7. Published by: J Lopez Date: 23 oktober 2014

    Worked fine with my Ubuntu 10.04
    Last instruction replaced by rigth mouse clik (“Open with Adobe Air installer”).

    Thanks a lot !

  8. Published by: Peter Allott Date: 31 januari 2015

    I have Sratch 2 v431a going on Ubunt 14.10 (64 bit) using wine 1.7

    Only one issue I need to remove the old version and down load a new Windows version by hand before version updates will take. I feel sure this is easy to fix but my workround works so I have not investigated

  9. Published by: Jojobarbar Date: 27 juni 2015

    It doesn’t work on Ubuntu 14.04 lts
    Can somebody help me ?

    1. Published by: Sjoerd Dirk Date: 09 juli 2015

      I’m sorry. I don’t use Ubuntu 14.04.