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How to install Komodo on Ubuntu — September 6, 2013

How to install Komodo on Ubuntu

To install Komodo on Linux:

  1. Download the Komodo installer (.tar.gz file) into a convenient directory.
  2. Unpack the tarball:
    tar -xvzf Komodo-<version>-<platform>.tar.gz
    
  3. Change to the new directory:
    cd Komodo-<version>-<platform>
    
  4. Run the install script (“install.sh”):
    ./install.sh
    
  5. Answer the installer prompts:
    • Specify where you want Komodo installed, or press ‘Enter’ to accept the default location (/home/<username>/Komodo-<IDE|Edit>-x.y).The -I option can be used to specify the install directory. For example:
      ./install.sh -I ~/opt/Komodo-IDE-7
      

      If multiple users are sharing the system and will be using the same installation, install Komodo in a location every user can access (e.g. /opt/Komodo-x.x/ or /usr/local/Komodo-x.x/).

      Note:

      • Each Komodo user requires their own license key.
      • Do not install Komodo in a path that contains spaces or non-alphanumeric characters.
      • Be sure to install Komodo into its own directory (i.e. not directly in an existing directory containing shared files and directories such as /usr/local).
  6. Once the installer has finished, add Komodo to your PATH with one of the following:
    • Add Komodo/bin to your PATH directly:
      export PATH=<installdir>/bin:$PATH
      
    • Add a symlink to Komodo/bin/komodo from another directory in your PATH:
      ln -s <installdir>/bin/komodo /usr/local/bin/komodo
      

      Note: Creating symlinks in system directories such as /usr/bin requires root access.

After completing the installation, you can delete the temporary directory where the Komodo tarball was unpacked.

Starting Komodo on Linux

To start Komodo on Linux enter `komodo` at the command line or create a shortcut on your desktop or in your toolbar using the full path to the komodo executable.

Uninstalling Komodo on Linux

To uninstall Komodo on Linux:

  1. Delete the directory that Komodo created during installation.
  2. If you wish to delete your Komodo preferences, delete the ~/.komodo directory. If you do not delete this directory, subsequent installations of Komodo will use the same preferences.

Note: You cannot relocate an existing Komodo installation to a new directory by simply moving it. You must uninstall Komodo from the existing location and reinstall it in the new location.

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Installing Flash Player

Hello,

 

There is a procedure of Manual Installation of Adobe Flash Player on Ubuntu, follow these steps :

 

  1. Open http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/otherversions/
  2. Choose Linux 32-bit on Step 1
  3. Choose Flash Player 11.2 (tar.gz) on Step 2, download the file
  4. Once download is complete, right click on the flie (tar.gz) and click on “Extract here”
  5. Launch Terminal (Keyboard Shortcut : Ctrl+Alt+T)
  6. Go to that location where you extracted the file
  7. Run this command : sudo mv libflashplayer.so \/usr/lib/firefox-addons/plugins
  8. Launch Mozilla Firefox and check do you have Adobe Flash Player

  

Thanks,

Vikram

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