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I'm sorry, but it doesn't work on Wine anymore - check the second answer here at this link. answered Nov 20, 2012 at 10:48 PM by tyjkenn: Unity3d stopped working in WINE from 3.4.2 and onward. Ironically, as Unity pushes for more support for Linux publishing, the Editor works less and less on Linux. With Unity 4, it can't even initialize the ...
Ask them, there is nobody here that's going to give you permission & any thoughts on whether you can are just thoughts, not fact. http://www.ubuntu.com/legal/terms-and-policies/contact-us
Hmmm.... when you use 'Ubuntu', you could mean the philosophy or something, but using it in that way (as a logo/trademark) it wouldn't be using it that way and would infringe it - sort of like what it says here: You will require Canonical’s permission to use: (i) any mark ending with the letters UBUNTU or BUNTU which is sufficiently similar to the ...
As pointed out in the copyright policy mentioned in the comments section above (http://www.ubuntu.com/legal/terms-and-policies/intellectual-property-policy) you need to ask for permission to use the term ubuntu as it is a trademark of Canonical.
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