Thanks for the replies.
I am intending to use it alongside Papirus so that I can use the M5 ink as if it were a micro kindle.
I just wish to interact with the device. Flash it and whatnot.
I am using a simple HDMI computer monitor as a display.
Apparently, the burner only works on 64 but systems, and the Raspbian that came preinstalled was the 32bit version
The app give me no error message. It does absolutely nothing when I try to open it. If I use the Ubuntu store, it will say "File type not supported"
Other than this, it does zilch. I have no clue how to create the right environment. Many files were downloaded. Nothing.
I can't install the driver, either, or interact with the M5 AT ALL. The M5 turns on, mocks me with a beep, displays the emblem, then it gives me 24-hour time format with a date.
When I toggle up or down on the black switch on the right side, it displays wifi scan along with available wifi networks. Cool, but it does nothing else. I hit up or down again then goes back to the date and time. Fascinating.