Install Legacy “xorg” Apps on Unity 8 in Ubuntu 16.10

You can install and use legacy “xorg” apps on Unity 8 Desktop Session on Ubuntu 16.10 Ubuntu 16.10 comes with an optional Unity 8 pre-installed. Using Unity 8 on a Ubuntu 16.10 machine is actually a good experience. You can install more ‘Snap’ apps, like photo gallery, from the command line using: sudo snap install --edge --devmode gallery-app But what happens when you need the classic apps that we all know?