Step by step Installation of Komodo Edit 6 on Ubuntu

Step by step Installation of Komodo Edit 6 on Ubuntu Step 1 :Open the terminal by pressing the CTL + ALT + T from your keyboard. When the terminal...
Step by step Installation of Komodo Edit 6 on Ubuntu
Step 1 :Open the terminal by pressing the CTL + ALT + T from your keyboard. When the terminal opens, run the following command in the terminal to download Komodo-Edit zip file on Ubuntu.

$ wget http://download.activestate.com/Komodo/releases/6.1.3/Komodo-Edit-6.1.3-8844-linux-libcpp6-x86.tar.gz

Step 2 : After downloading the zip file, run the following command in the terminal to extract content of  downloaded zip file on Ubuntu.

$ tar xzvf Komodo-Edit-6.1.3-8844-linux-libcpp6-x86.tar.gz

Step 3 : Now, enter into the extracted folder by running the following command in the terminal.

$ cd Komodo-Edit-6.1.3-8844-linux-libcpp6-x86/

Step 4 : Finally, run the following command in the terminal to install Komodo-Edit on your Ubuntu system.

$ sudo ./install.sh

Step 5 : Now, While installing when prompted to specify the which directory or folder to install Komodo Edit on your Ubuntu system, then run the following command in the terminal.

$ /opt/Komodo-Edit-6/

Step 6 : After installing the Komodo Edit on your Ubuntu system, run the following command in the terminal to complete the process.

$ export PATH=”/opt/Komodo-Edit-6/bin:$PATH”

Step 7 : Now the installation of Komodo Edit is complete and you can ‘Komodo-Edit’ from Dash on Ubuntu 11.10. That’s All and now enjoy the programming on Komodo Edit.
Step 8 :  Now open terminal and type Komodo to lunch the editor


Reference Sites
http://ashu-geek.blogspot.in/2012/01/how-to-install-komodo-edit-6-free-text.html
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11 Comments on this post.
  • Seo Was
    25 May 2012 at 6:29 pm
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    Cheers. It was the one issue that kept me back a while from making the full switch to linux; i.e. not having found a decent alternative for pspad. Circumstances recently motivated me to install Windows7 and I have made it a habit to install linux as well on the same machine. This time ubuntu 1204 lts. Even faster than earlier issues. I’m very happy ?;^D At present under my construction: Music Share Box. You are welcome to check it out, mess it up if you can and give me feedback. I would really appreciate all efforts that help debug it before launch.

  • Durga Charan ojha
    28 May 2012 at 8:25 am
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    Thanks.. It’s very nice to listen you got your issue fixed by my blog

  • Bada Dayo
    4 July 2012 at 11:51 am
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    Hi, everything seems to work fine, just that the last process of typing “komodo” says command not found

  • Durga Charan ojha
    5 July 2012 at 11:43 am
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    Hi Dayo… Did you follow all the above steps correctly.

    Just try sudo komodo instead of only komodo on terminal

    else find the komodo from applications – programming

    Reply back if that does not help.

    Regards,
    Durga charan ojha
    durgacharanojha@yahoo.co.in

  • Anonymous
    27 July 2012 at 5:38 am
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    Hey Bro..
    I am From Andhra Pradesh..
    Good Job Bro..
    and Use Ful..
    Thanks…

  • Suyash Srivastava
    4 August 2012 at 5:06 am
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    Thanks for the step by step guidance for the installation. It helped a lot.

  • Anonymous
    19 September 2012 at 4:05 pm
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    Step 7 doesn’t work in 12.04 LTS. Komodo is not available from the dash. It can be run from the command line, however.

  • Anonymous
    19 September 2012 at 4:14 pm
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    Nevermind the preceding comment. It’s working 🙂

  • Durga Charan ojha
    21 September 2012 at 12:35 pm
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    🙂

  • deetee
    2 November 2012 at 4:17 am
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    hi, after downloading and untar, running the sudo /.install.sh posses lots of errors as shown below:

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    Really confused at the moment and can’t go further. I got to see in the Active Komodo installation page that I need to include the ACTIVEPERL or PYTHON in my PATH Environment. i really don’t know how to go about that . maybe it could help, i can’t say.

    one more thing, i don’t know if truely i need to worry about the pre-requisites from the Komodo page , such as glibc etc.

    thanks, please help.need this Komodo to begin my learning…am really a newbie.

  • Durga Charan ojha
    2 November 2012 at 12:45 pm
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    Hi Deetee,

    Can you please let me know the version of UBUNTU you are using and the kernel.

    You can mail me back on durgacharanojha@yahoo.co.in

    Regards,
    Durga

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