This is due to not having libudev installed, or you are running a newer version from the time the software was compiled.
By renaming the shortcut for libudev, you might be able to fix this problem.
1. Enter the terminal.
2. Type in cd /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu (if you are on 64-bit. I did not test this out on 32-bit linux)
3. Type in sudo cp ./libudev.so.1 ./libudev.so.0
This will copy the libudev.so.1 shortcut and name it to libudev.so.0.
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