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The game package seems to have been corrupted, which is causing freezing on the software center. Seems to be a known bug (see here). Anyway, follow this answer.


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To view Apps please have a look at the following page: https://appstore.bhdouglass.com/apps there you can browse all available apps.


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The best way to start by translating the Ubuntu Touch system is by translating the core apps. You can find them on launchpad. There are links to the translating pages of the core apps on this overview site. Please read the Ubuntu Tranlsation Guide before you start.


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An "App" is a short name for "Application". All it means is its a application that was built for Ubuntu, from a linux based SDK.


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On Fedora I was able to simply rename the 'firefox' directory, reinstall firefox and reimport my bookmarks. It is cleaner to remove the old directory if you prefer, but as they say if it works don't fix it.


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The website says you can do it with an API call to cordova(html5 abstraction layer), so it has to be an exposed api somewhere https://developer.ubuntu.com/api/html5/sdk-14.04/org.apache.cordova.vibration/


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vala is probably number 3 (or 4 if you count gtkmm) of languages with good GTK bindings and documentation. it produces intermediate code in c, which you could alter or study to see how it's done, most of vala is just wrappers around GObject and GLib. Vala code runs nearly as fast as C, and should be easy from anyone coming from c/c#/java


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I think that what an "Ubuntu app" is is really written in the explanation, i.e. a program that can work on Ubuntu (both Desktop and Touch). With that SDK you can create QML and/or HTML5 applications. This means that they can work on all the desktops that support these formats. I personally do not know a list of desktops with such capabilities, apart from ...


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You are developing a Windows application! .exe is a Windows-format for executable binaries. Ubuntu can not run .exe files! What you can do now is either create applications for Ubuntu (use a suitable compiler, maybe a different language) or run your exe-applications either on a native Windows system, in a virtual Windows system (VM) under Ubuntu or inside ...


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You must install liblo-dev: sudo apt-get install liblo-dev


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Here are the solutions to your Question 1 and Question 2. I think you need a specialized plotting mechanism as far as your 3rd question is concerned. In case of Q1 and Q2 running the following commands will do. Solution to Q1: #!/bin/bash number_of_lines=$(wc -l < wy.dat) tail -$(($number_of_lines - 1)) wy.dat | head -$(($number_of_lines - 3)) | tr -s ...


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Another option with the features you're looking for is PDF Studio by Qoppa. It's not free, but a lot more reasonable than what I recall paying for Acrobat years ago. The standard version is under $100 and the pro version is only a bit more. Check it out at www.qoppa.com/pdfstudio, I've been using the Pro version for a couple of years and really like it.


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I run kubuntu and the KDE dedktop, and use Okular. It is a Qt4 app that has those capabilities. I believe its more capable for markup than Evince. You can install it even if you use the default Ibuntu desktop.



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