Here are some common steps on how to fix your Time Doctor installation in Ubuntu if the program doesn't start after it's installed.
Note: Before you install, make sure you do not run the Time Doctor Lite or Time Doctor Pro setup with root privileges (i.e. Don't use sudo or su command). User should just download and run Time Doctor from the website http://timedoctor.com/download.html and run like usual, no special actions required.
1.) Install necessary libraries needed. Please see also the link Installing libraries and dependencies on Linux for a complete list of the additional components needed.
1a.) Open your Ubuntu Software Center or Synaptic Package Manager. Search for libxss1 and click Install:
1b.) Enter your admin password and wait for the automatic installation to take place;
1c.) Once the installation is done, the Install button will be replaced by Remove button. You will see a green check mark on libxss1 icon as shown below:
1d.) Follow the same process of installing libxmu. Please take note, libxmu is already pre-installed. Just make sure to update your Ubuntu machine:
II. You can also try these steps just in case the steps above didn't work:
1.) Remove the Time Doctor directory from your home dir
2.) Remove the shared dir .local/share/data/Timedoctor
3.) Reinstall the app
That's it! You're now ready to start TimeDoctor in your Ubuntu machine!
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