I have just succeeded in setting up the Flex 4.9 SDK on FDT 5+. On account of the paucity of support for Linux in the flash player I have most of my workstations dual booting in Win7 and Linux Mint. The machine I tested this on is an Asus G73. I started first by building the Flex SDK in Windows with the SDK installer and tested the SDK in FlashBuilder 4.6 and FDT 5. Ca marche!
Next I logged into Linux Mint, picked up the Windows assembled Flex SDK, copied the SDK across to my Linux SDK folder. Next I plugged it into FDT5 (expecting it to fail). Non, c'est parfait. Worked like a dream.
So it seems that there is the option to build the SDK in windows and just copy the assembled SDK into Linux.
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