I'm running Linux Mint 13 Maya MATE edition (32 bit), and have installed Dropbox from the Software Manager application. When I start Dropbox, I get a message that says:
Dropbox is running from an unsupported location
It then tells me that I can go to the Dropbox site and download the installer. However, the installer wants to install Dropbox with Nautilus extensions, and if my Google-fu is correct, Mint does not use Nautilus. Is this the reason for the "unsupported location" message? If this is something I can safely ignore I'm 100% ok with that, but my curious nature wants to know why I get this message.
Finally, my deepest thanks for a wonderful release! I've been a Debian guy for years and have avoided Ubuntu for various reasons; Mint seems like the perfect balance between the two.