How to Install Sublime Text Editor in Linux

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Sublime Text Editor is a versatile editor for programmers. No matter whether you’re a beginner or a professional, you can just download it right away in your machine and print your very first Hello World! program, develop a software, or code a management system on any language you love.

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It’s Free and Open Source, easy and simple to use.

Favourite part of Sublime Text is, it enables users with programming skills to add their own features to the editor. Almost everything in Sublime can be modified and customized. It is bulit in such a way that you can modify the editor’s behavior, add macros and snippets, extend menus and much more. You can even create a whole new feature using the editor’s API for building complex plugins. It contains other features like textmate compatibility, vi/Vim Emulation, emacs Emulation and much more.

So, let’s take a look on installation of this editor in Linux using terminal.

Installing Sublime Text Editor in Linux

  • Go to Terminal, Ctrl+Alt+T
  • Now you’ll need to add repository, update system and install the package by entering following commands in the terminal
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/sublime-text-3
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install sublime-text-installer

Using wget

wget\ Text\ 2.0.2\ x64.tar.bz2
tar vxjf Sublime\ Text\ 2.0.2\ x64.tar.bz2

 Adding Folders to Sublime from Terminal

mkdir new_app
cd new_app
subl .

That’s it! You’ve successfully installed Sublime Text Editor on your Linux machine. Happy coding!

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