Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Seesmic Desktop on Ubuntu

I mentioned before that I am using Seesmic Desktop as my Twitter client.  The Seesmic Destop client web site states that it is available for Mac and Windows.  Since it is an Adobe Air application, I figured that I could get it to work on my Ubuntu Laptop.

I downloaded the air file, and then ran the  Adobe AIR Application Installer and selected the downloaded file.  The installation worked, and Seesmic Desktop runs perfectly.


  1. thank you for this confirmation :)
    Gotta try soon

  2. it won't minimise to tray however :| a VERY important feature for me. means i can have it running hidden in the background. kinda the whole point of having it in the first place.

  3. Have you tried "alltray" ? It lets you minimise anything to the tray.

    Check out http://www.ubuntugeek.com/alltray-dock-any-program-into-the-system-tray.html


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