Do you have the same problems with the (lower) version that is packaged with
Ubuntu itself? Perhaps installing that version will pull in some dependencies
you need for the later version too.
If you start Mnemosyne from the terminal, do you see any useful error messages?
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> Subject: [mnemosyne-proj-users] No menu on new Installation (Ubuntu
> After install and setup program runs and functions, except there is no
> menu. There are icons which work but no "File ..."
> Downloaded tar from http://mnemosyne-proj.org/download-
> mnemosyne.php today, version displayed is 2.3.6
> I have deleted and reinstalled same result.
> I have reloaded dependencies as per readme, same result.
> When running 'python setup.py install' two warnings are displayed:
> 1) Unknown distribution option: 'app'
> 2) Unknown distribution option: 'windows'
> Otherwise no issues with setup.
> Anyone have any suggestions.
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