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2020/09/17 21:07:18 (permalink)
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How to install MPLAB X on Ubuntu?

I have downloaded the Linux installer and "tar -xvf" it, but the "sudo *.sh" couldn't be found.
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    W4GNS.
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    Re: How to install MPLAB X on Ubuntu? 2020/09/17 21:23:03 (permalink)
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    Re: How to install MPLAB X on Ubuntu? 2020/09/20 20:37:33 (permalink)
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    Thanks, it works.
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    Re: How to install MPLAB X on Ubuntu? 2020/09/20 20:45:34 (permalink)
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    It could be launched, but in mu Command Line Interface, it was prompted:
     
    https://ibb.co/vPXTfpC
     
    "Failed to load "Canberra-gtk-module" "
     
    how to do with it?
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    jtemples
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    Re: How to install MPLAB X on Ubuntu? 2020/09/20 23:08:30 (permalink)
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    There are plenty of hits if you Google for the error message...
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    Re: How to install MPLAB X on Ubuntu? 2020/09/21 06:02:56 (permalink)
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    canberra is a linux module for dealing with sounds coming from events in a program. There's a known problem with it that produces this message. (Actually, the problem is with the programs, not with canberra.)
    I've seen the following recommended:
      1. sudo apt-get install libcanberra-gtk3-module
      or
      2. sudo apt-get purge libcanberra-gtk-module
     --- but personally I've always just ignored the message.
     
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