Pretty self-explanatory - how do I actually install "Ubuntu for Android" on my Sony Xperia S, and where can I download it from (the Ubuntu for Android page doesn't seem to have any download links...)?
I went to this website http://packages.ubuntu.com/lucid/gfortran-4.4 To download GFortran. It offers to download GFortran 4.4. Well, I go down the page and see i386 which is a label-link. I click it and expect the download come up. NO!!
I just started migrating from Windows to Ubuntu 10.04
I have big question regarding installing new softwares.
I want to install a software "ABC12" which is on the web (Let us assume it is Ubuntu version).
What are the ways to install - I am very confused.
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I recently got myself a Asus Transformer Pad running android 4.1 and downloaded the two Ubuntu One Android Apps, both are installed but when i go to log in it comes up with "Unfortunately, Ubuntu One Files has stopped." then shuts the app down.
Is this a common problem, and any suggestions on how to fix this would be really appreciated.