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Twine 2.1.3 32bit
Raspberry Pi 3
Ubuntu MATE

When clicking the Twine file I get the following error:

There is no application installed for shared library files.
Do you want to search for an application to open this file?

Thanks for the help

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Open a terminal at the location of the main Twine file, and enter

./Twine

It might be different for you, but I had to install "libnss3" before I could run Twine.

If you don't want to run it from the terminal every time, you can create a clickable shortcut on your desktop by first going to your desktop, right click and select "Create Launcher".

Name it whatever you want, probably "Twine 2" .

In the command section put "./Twine" without the quotes.

In the working directory section, put the directory of wherever the main Twine file is located.

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Forgive me for butting in but does this work on a Raspberry Pi with its Arm chip?

Have just tried on an x86 computer and it works fine but I think we need to compile from source for a Pi. Or am I missing something?
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