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Trying to install X-Designer from Sun studio suite.

Hi all.
I'm trying to install Sun Studio on my Ubuntu 10.4 pc because
I wanna use X-Designer (it is a Motif GUI builder), that should be in that suite.

I downloaded the tar package build for linux and installed
the deps. Sun Studio and the Sun C Compiler work fine, but
i cannot find X-Designer.

Can you help me? Thank you for any reply!

PS: I hope that i posted in the right section.

---------- Post updated at 10:42 PM ---------- Previous update was at 09:05 PM ----------

Okay, i solved.
The X-Designer was in the version 11, not 12 (the latest).
I installed that one and now all is working.

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