JMRI is compatible with USB-to-Serial adapters, so long as they have Linux drivers that make them look like regular serial ports.
See if you have a version of Java already installed: sh java -version If the Java version is 1.8 or later, you may be fine, but be aware that if you did not install Java on your system yourself, some systems have Java only partially installed.
Banshee for Windows should run on Windows XP or newer.
Upgrading to the latest version of the proprietary Nvidia drivers in Ubuntu (or Linux Mint) was pretty complicated a while back.
Note that Canonical modifies our code to take a 75% cut of our Amazon affiliate revenue.
He has both the darktable packages and a dependency package in case this is the first time you are installing darktable on your system.
darktable is packaged and compiled for Free BSD, the binary package can be found here: BSD/ports/packages/graphics/ To install darktable on your system, run For a more complete set of instructions for different distributions have a look at our Wiki.
Most Linux distributions can get an automated install download from Oracle by clicking on this button: You arrive at a page like this one: Next you download the Java software package that suits your computer and operating system.
When the download finishes, you will be asked where to store the Java install archive: If that doesn't work or you need to manually install Java, you can find further information on the Oracle Java downloads page.