Although the Android Development Tools (ADT) bundle is available as a zip package for 'Linux 64 Bit' it states following requirements:
64-bit distributions must be capable of running 32-bit applications.And indeed, just running the packaged eclipse on a Fedora 19 64 bit system results in errors, because it can't 'find' several development tools, e.g.
Error executing aapt: Cannot run program "/home/juser/local/adt-bundle-linux/sdk/build-tools/android-4.3/aapt": error=2, No such file or directory: error=2, No such file or directoryThe 'no such file' is misleading because it is there (under $HOME/local):
You have to install the 32 bit glibc:
This removes the misleading 'no such file or directory' message when trying to execute a 32 bit binary. With that the 64 bit Fedora system is capable of executing 64 bit binaries.
This also removes the misleading 'not a dynamic executable' message of
Now you have to install missing 32 bit libraries the binaries under