Support for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS?

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    Tyler Wight

    Hi Paul,

     

    We don't have a timeline set for 18.04 but I do know we are planning on adding support for it! You may have success right now on getting everything running, but the functionality has not been tested by us yet. Keep on the lookout, especially on the doc below to see when we get 18.04 into our supported OS's. Thanks!

     

    https://help.risevision.com/hc/en-us/articles/115001872283-Install-Rise-Player-on-Linux

     

     

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    david john

    Do not use the sudo command to install Rise Player. The installation will fail.
    Download the proper version of Rise Player for your Operating System, either 32-bit or 64-bit.
        Open Terminal and navigate to the directory the Installer was saved to.  You can use the keyboard combination Ctrl + Alt + T to do this.
    Install on a 32-bit OS.
        Enable Installer to run as an executable with the following command:
            chmod +x installer-lnx-32.sh
        Run the Installer with the following command:
            ./installer-lnx-32.sh
    Install on a 64-bit OS.
        Enable Installer to run as an executable with the following command:
            chmod +x installer-lnx-64.sh
        Run the Installer with the following command:
            ./installer-lnx-64.sh
    A User Interface will be launched for entering your Display ID. For this reason, SSH should not be used to install Rise Player. The assistance of custom essay writing service helps students understand the basics of every custom written paper, as well as the elements of creative writing.

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