I am working on a cloud based linux server and, sadly, I need to install the android SDK.
It seems that the android SDK developers don't really recognize any OS that does not include a gui, as it seems virtually impossible to get the SDK installed without one.
If anyone can give instructions that can be executed on a red hat family OS with NO GUI I would hugely appreciate that. developer.android.com does not seem to offer any documentation for this at all.
Again, I am on a linux machine (not a mac) and there is no gui. That means running scripts that require a gui is not a good answer for this question. Please don't ask why my linux installation does not have and will never have a gui.
Is it possible to install the android SDK on this machine at all???
I do have the following, but these don't seem to be what I need. Please give me a clue.
[root /]# ls ./opt/android-sdk-linux/docs/sdk 1.0_r1 1.1_r1 1.5_r2 1.6_r1 download.html index.html older_releases.html RELEASENOTES.html terms_body.html win-usb.html 1.0_r2 1.5_r1 1.5_r3 api_diff images installing OLD_RELEASENOTES.html support_api_diff terms.html [root /]# ls ./opt/android-sdk-linux/docs/tools/sdk eclipse-adt.html ndk preview tools-notes.html