Here the photo. I tried to upload the program located in the LIFA_bases's folder. LIFA_bases is supplied by the add on "Labview interface for Arduino". I think the the program is not for the yun.
Yes, based on the code visible in the screen shot you provided, it looks like the Yun's ATmega32U4 processor is not supported by this code. There are a variety of of processors listed, with the ATmega328P being the processor in the Uno and many similar boards, and the ATmega2560 being the processor in the larger Mega 2560 board.
If you want to use that code, and you don't need the special abilities of the Yun, you may be better off using one of those natively supported boards.
Maybe i should use LINX.
It all depends on how you want to talk to LabView: If you want to use the microUSB serial device port, that is connected to the '32U4 processor, not the Linux processor. If you still want to use serial from the Linux side, you run into the problem that the Linux side USB port is a host port, and cannot plug in directly to a computer's host USB port. You would need some sort of special adapter, maybe two USB to serial adapters with the serial sides cross-connected?
Most people who are interfacing a Yun to LabView use a TCP/IP socket connection over the network. If you want to use the network, it may make sense to do that on the Linux side, with LabView interface code designed to run on Linux. But the problem there is that any sensors you want to access would be controlled by the sketch running on the '32U4 side, and you would have to come up with a way to send that data over to the Linux processor, probably using the Bridge library.
I think that most students who are interfacing a Yun to LabView are using the sketch to collect the data from the sensors, and then using YunServer and/or YunClient objects to make a TCP/IP socket connection directly from the sketch. This still goes through the Linux side using the Bridge library, but it doesn't require any specific programming on the Linux side.
Good luck with your project, it sounds interesting. If you want to use the Yun instead of some other Arduino board, you need to research examples that are written specifically for the Yun - while the hardware that runs the sketch is very similar to the Leonardo (another ATmega32U4 board which does not appear to be supported by your software) the networking is quite unlike any other Arduino board.
If you really want to use the LIFA_Base software with the Yun (perhaps you want to talk to LabView using the USB serial port, but want the networking and Linux abilities for some other feature of your project) then you need to look for a version of that software that works with the Yun, Leonardo, or Micro, or you need to update that LIFA_Base code to work with the '32U4 processor (a daunting task if this is your first exposure to Arduino programming.)