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Debian & Ubuntu problems with the last release (13.06.2)

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Hi :)

I'm on a debian wheezy and i have an error if i try to install the last version of Cura (13.06.2 deb package)

After the dpkg -i command the system answer me that he needs also pypy to work.

I googled about it and i realized that in wheezy there is no way to have it (ok... i mean in a reasonable simple way :) )

I had an another free pc and so i installed in a sid (and pypy here is packaged)

So i installed it, but when i run Cura, the 3D screen is empty,

no view.

My friend with ubuntu has the same problem, we both got an empty screen, and there is noway but the model don't show up.

(I didn't try to start it from shell, now i can't)

Any idea?

Am I missing something?

 

Thanks :)

Fox

 

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