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The OS X version requires some significant tweaking that the Linux version doesn't. That's why there's a separate document. You can see this on the Downloads page. This software runs in Mono, which is an open source implementation of the Microsoft .NET framework. So first you need to make sure it's installed. You can install it with: sudo apt-get update ...


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As your software is for Windows only, you need a Compatibility Layer. On their website, they say they tested it with Mono on Mac OS X. You may be also able to use it on Linux. The easiest way to do this is to install PlayOnLinux (via the USC or sudo apt-get install playonlinux). PlayOnLinux is a GUI Frontend for the compatibility layer Wine ...


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Welcome to AskUbuntu! You say that your processor is an ARM processor, but then you say that it's x86. It's impossible for it to be either both - you'll need to figure out which one it actually is. That being said, there is an initiative for Ubuntu on tablets and phones, see the following links: http://www.ubuntu.com/phone http://www.ubuntu.com/tablet


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You've answered your own question. In your title you say it's ARM which means it's ARM not x86. There are ARM compatible versions of Ubuntu, but you can't just go installing them on any device as their support abilities are currently limited and it's difficult for end users to do. You can find out more about ARM and Ubuntu here, but there isn't much: ...


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Unity 2D looks drab. Try the GNOME 2 desktop replacement MATE. MATE is a lightweight desktop environment, lighter than Xfce and a little heavier than LXDE. There is a full tutorial about how to install the MATE desktop environment in Ubuntu 14.04 in this answer. To see how MATE looks in Ubuntu 14.10 visit the Ubuntu MATE screenshot tour.


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Ubuntu Touch is a mobile version of the developed by Canonical UK Ltd and Ubuntu Community. It is designed primarily for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers with only supported x86 and ARM CPU architecture. If you have a Samsung Galaxy Nexus or Google Nexus 4 smartphone, or a Nexus 7 or Nexus 10 tablet, you can download and ...


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First go to vt2 (Ctrl + Alt + -->) then type: cp /opt/google/chrome/pepper/libpepflashplayer.so /home/chronos/[your user # *]/Downloads/ Then, in Ubuntu, copy the file to /usr/lib/chromium-browser/plugins and type in the terminal: gksudo gedit #(or preferred text editor) Now open /etc/chromium-browser/default in that editor and add to this file: ...



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