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  • The software package GS Data Analysis 2.7 on Ubuntu

    Have anyone tried the 2.7 version of the software on Ubuntu?

    I have it installed everything and I am able to open the GUI. But I cannot add a SFF file to a project.

    I can open old runs and analysis them again.

    I know the software is not meant to be run in Ubuntu, I might be changing to CentOS if nobody knows a fix for this.

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    There is a new version? How did you get notified? How did you get the software? The old download site does not have it, just version 2.5.3 and 2.6, and my repeated emails about bugs in version 2.6 continue to be unanswered.
    Last edited by dsenalik; 04-24-2012, 03:37 PM. Reason: Add smiley

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    • #3
      We got it a week ago from our product specialist. I was told that there would be a new version ultimo March

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      • #4
        We have exactly the sample proble.

        Hope Roche454 can help us make a .deb install package.

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        • #5
          The latest from our Roche representative is that the GS FLX software update will not be released until later this year. Not very specific, but this sounds like it will not be soon.

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