I condensed this to a simple script: Code: sudo apt-get install libudev-dev libusb-1.0-0-dev libfox-1.6-dev sudo apt-get install autotools-dev autoconf automake libtool sudo apt-get install python-qt4 python-pip python-slowaes sudo apt-get install python-dev cython git sudo pip install setuptools sudo pip install trezor cd ~/ wget https://www.dash.org/binaries/Electrum-DASH-2.4.1_Linux_x86_64-Installer.bin chmod 764 Electrum-DASH-2.4.1_Linux_x86_64-Installer.bin ./Electrum-DASH-2.4.1_Linux_x86_64-Installer.bin When asked where to stick the binary by the above installer, choose "1" (opt). Then, all you have to do to run it is type: Code: electrum-dash You may need to manually choose a server once installed. They are not all created equally. I use the .onion server and the whole thing works solid and flawlessly. If you're using Xubuntu 16.04, then this also creates an entry on the "Start Menu" under "Internet." No icon on that menu, but it does have one for the desktop switcher and the tray... Which is more than the official dashcore has... Obviously, you must have tor installed and running to use the .onion server. Code: sudo apt-get install tor If you want to see the full ugliness of how I figured this out, it's here. I wanted to make this more visible for people who might be having trouble.