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You could install winetricks, and type this in the terminal: sudo apt-get install winetricks and then run winetricks, and then you can see it in preference.
Assuming, you have a 32-bit system: Using these steps sudo apt-get install build-essential sudo apt-get install git sudo apt-get install libgnome-keyring-dev sudo apt-get install fakeroot Setup node.js curl --silent --location https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_0.12 | sudo bash - sudo apt-get install nodejs Clone the Atom repository cd git clone ...
https://github.com/atom/atom/blob/master/docs/build-instructions/linux.md Build it mate. As it is in readme, step by step. :)
For RAMs lesser than 2GBs it is recommended to use 32-Bit Operating Systems Use Unetbootin to make a bootable image of Ubuntu , once booted use 'Try Ubuntu without installing' option and later on install it into your partition.
Looks like the following is a viable workaround: Create a folder /data/db/ and provide proper write and read access Start mongo db using mongodb --journal
The non-PAE npae124-text-9w lets you install the non-PAE kernel and the desktop environment you want: Xubuntu Desktop - Xfce (that I suggest), Lubuntu Desktop - Lxd. Download npae124-text-9w from: Here Burn it to a CD or USB drive. Boot your computer from the the npae124-text-9wiso and select Install at the prompt. You can then follow the instructions. ...
Ubuntu will not normally work on this old computer either way. Try to install Lubuntu 14.04 Read this regarding PAE You can't enable PAE, if your CPU does not support it.
To pass this error, you need to install X11 library development headers, for instance: sudo apt-get install libx11-dev:i386 However when configuring wine, it won't solve the problem completely, as you'll get another error about FreeType 32-bit development files not found which would be more challenging (unless configuring --without-freetype). So the ...
Are you still trying to do this? I (after much frustration) installed LabVIEW 8.5 32-bit on my new 64-bit Linux Mint Debian Edition 2 (LMDE2) machine today. Should be similar for Ubuntu. You probably already did, but for those who don't know the first thing to do is set up multiarch (the ability to run 32-bit programs on 64-bit machines): sudo dpkg ...
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