When I was installing Android Studio, I came across the error: Unable to run mksdcard SDK tool, when I was downloading the required components.
There is no other information about what is going wrong. Googling the problem is leading me to solutions for Ubuntu-based distributions, which apparently do not work for Arch. I already tried Java 7 and 8, no change.
Surprisingly on all my prior Arch installations, that error didn't show up.
Or am I missing some trivial packages?^^
Thanks in advance!
Last edited by jhemp (2015-07-01 17:50:44)
Details. How did you install it? This one? https://aur4.archlinux.org/packages/android-studio/
I always installed it via the zip-file from http://developer.android.com and simply executed the studio.sh file.
But now I got it installed with yaourt, but that was problematic as well, some dependencies like lib32-mesa couldn't be loaded, so I had to simply enable the multlib repositories for 32bit stuff.
I don't know if the latter was crucial for the "traditional" way, but I hope I could help someone else.
I've got the same error.So I tried to install through yaourt but curl is giving error.
""curl error: Couldn't resolve host name
error: target not found: android-studio"""
PS: mutlib is enabled already.
Last edited by kolla (2016-01-13 06:44:21)