I created a Adobe package from website and then downloaded in .pkg but after I began installing. It said that it can't be installed on this computer. How to fix this.
Wait until Adobe re-writes all programs to be compatible with the brand new m1 cpu
You need to be posting this in the Enterprise & Teams forum.
I am moving this conversation to that forum space.
Best of luck to you.
Can you fix it? I cannot too. If I want to install with .pkg files, I would get an error which is "This software can't be installed"
You need to wait until those machines are supported. Some Adobe products do work, but don't ask when the other will work. Adobe, I'm sure, tries it's best, but some things can't be rushed. It was probably easier when Windows and MacOS where on the same CPU.
I don't understand. Isn't Adobe support installation with .pkg files on Macbook M1 (Silicon) products? I just want to learn whether I can install Adobe CC with .pkg format on my Macbook M1?
I don't care if these programs will run with Rosetta 2 emulation. But I don't install with .pkg format
Agreed! I also want to install Adobe Cloud with.pkg format on Macbook silicon.
Update: The Admin Console now supports additional platform options while creating packages. The solution/article provided in this post is no longer valid and has been unpublished.
The packages as downloaded from Admin Console are not compatible on Apple M1 machines. There is a small workaround that you need to perform to make the packages compatible: https://helpx.adobe.com/enterprise/kb/deploy-packages-to-arm-devices.html
We'll be making an update and will make M1 packages compatible. Till that time, please follow the steps in the article to install the packages.
The link to te solution isn't working yet.
Can someone give me a tip that i can get it working, please.
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