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So I switched from ubuntu to gnomebuntu today, and proceeded to try and install all the apps that I had found invaluable with ubuntu. I have run into a road block with jupiter, and was wondering if anyone knew any tricks for installing it in 13.04. Or had a guide that was up to date.

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marked as duplicate by Seth, bcbc, Thomas Ward, Basharat Sialvi, Eric Carvalho Apr 30 '13 at 2:29

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Jupiter is no longer being supported, so I think it will be getting harder to install it on newer distributions like 13.04 (which I assume you are using), besides not receiving any further fixes or updates. My advice is to stay away from it and try some alternatives likeTLP, that features similar power saving optimization.

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