dmcgarrett at optonline.net
Fri Jun 6 22:57:14 UTC 2014
On 06/06/2014 04:16 PM, Cobin Bluth wrote:
> I just downloaded the package you indicated in your email and it looks
> like a precompiled binary. Just extract it to /opt/ and then run
> On Jun 6, 2014 11:46 AM, "Vinny Ray" <Vinny at fusiontunes.net
> <mailto:Vinny at fusiontunes.net>> wrote:
> My question involves software that is not listed in the Ubuntu
> Software Center.
> I am wanting to install Mozilla Seamonkey. It contains a "HTML
> composer" which is what I use to edit and create websites.
> In windows you download the file, click on the .exe file and it
> Apparently that doesn't work in Linux.
> I downloaded the proper file ( seamonkey-2.26.tar-3.bz2 )
> However I have no idea what to do with it.
> I would also be interested in the name of any other good HTML
> editor that runs nicely on Linux if anyone knows of a good
> "simple" one. I don't mind switching editors. I just don't know
> what to search for in the Software Center and I have not been able
> to even find one in there.
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Not sure about tar-3, but you can try extracting the file (in a
terminal) by writing: tar -xjf seamonkey-2.26.tar-3.bz2 and hopefully
you will have a file in
the type of file-manager system that Ubuntu uses. (rpm or debian--I
think debian). Then if that's the case, just install it the usual way.
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