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I wanted to install GoG on Linux ( ) and as I went through the install process (which is for Ubuntu12.04) and the result is that I have all the files built by python, but no executable or any way to access the client at all.

I've checked the forums there, but I don't believe (since it's beta) that I will receive any possible insight.

Does anyone know how to create the physical linking or what exactly I've ignored?

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Have you checked the Getting Started page? If you follow the instructions there, you should end up with a launch link for the Gog Tux program from your application menu, you can find it under the games tab. – Zuul Jul 4 '13 at 23:32
You'll have to forgive me, but where is the Games tab in Ubuntu 13.04? – Lateraltwo Jul 5 '13 at 2:31

I had the same experience. I search through my file system. I found it at: /usr/local/share/application/Gog Tux.txt I double clicked on Gog Tux and it opened right up.

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