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Cura for Ubuntu

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Hey yall.

I installed ubuntu on an old computer of mine, a dell dimension, in hopes of using it as a 3d printer terminal. Since i Had no windows licences left, I installed ubuntu. I was originally going to use 3dprinteros, but after installing it with the .deb file, I noticed it wouldn't launch. And so, I used cura. I downloaded a 32 bit version of cura, and installed it using the .deb file again. However, it still wouldn't launch. Do any of you have insight as to why?

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Some questions to refine your problem:

 

I installed ubuntu

version?

 

I downloaded a 32 bit version of cura

again - version?

 

it still wouldn't launch

think this means if you click the cura icon?

what happens if you try to start cura via the terminal?

any error messages?

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