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You only need to pay for the Hardware. Ubuntu and all its bundled softwares is completely free to use. Support for official releases is free too and almost all the support is provided by the community at Ubuntuforums AskUbuntu
When you run umake, it checks the Android Studio website for license text, which it then prompts you to accept. It looks like the website was changed, probably when Android Studio 2.0 was released recently, so the installer can't find the license in the expected location. You can get around this by disabling the license check: umake android android-studio ...
I just had this issue as well and it turned out it was just the unity link file that needed to be updated. The link was created before I registered sublime so the link name gets created with the UNREGISTERED string. I was able to fix this by modifying the link file. vim ~/.local/share/applications/sublime_text.desktop You can then change the Name= ...
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