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How to download Sublimetext2 from your site on ubuntu

Postby meta on Wed Aug 31, 2011 1:33 pm

hello, i'm want to download sublimetext2 from your download link site i choose linux32bit link to my ubuntu server editions 11.04 on virtualbox
i type>wget http://download.sublimetext.com/Sublime ... 11.tar.bz2
and the result is 404 not found ,are the link is wrong?thanks for the response.
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Re: How to download Sublimetext2 from your site on ubuntu

Postby Incendium on Wed Aug 31, 2011 2:20 pm

Try this command instead:

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wget http://download.sublimetext.com/Sublime%20Text%202%20Build%202111.tar.bz2

The URL has spaces, not underscores in it.
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Re: How to download Sublimetext2 from your site on ubuntu

Postby meta on Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:37 pm

Thanks it "worked" but after downlaod what step ubuntu server edition 11.04 user do? I hope u can explain the next step from download to installation like (extract command )on the ubuntu command line for the beginner and the community too Great jobs thanks
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Re: How to download Sublimetext2 from your site on ubuntu

Postby Incendium on Thu Sep 01, 2011 3:08 pm

If you are running Ubuntu server edition, then you will likely not be able to run Sublime as it requires some sort of desktop environment (i.e. GNOME, KDE, LXDE, etc.) to function. What you can do is install it on the host OS and set up a shared folder in VirtualBox to allow the VM to access whatever you are writing on the host machine.

If you do indeed have a desktop environment installed, you can double click on the archive and drag the folder out to extract it. If you really want to know the command line command, you can use the following:

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tar xjf "Sublime Text 2 Build 2111.tar.bz2"

This will extract the contents into a folder called "Sublime Text 2".
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