lproven at gmail.com
Sat Jun 7 11:18:10 UTC 2014
On 6 June 2014 20:44, Vinny Ray <Vinny at fusiontunes.net> wrote:
> My question involves software that is not listed in the Ubuntu Software
> 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 installs.
> Apparently that doesn't work in Linux.
Forget your Windows habits.
Google for "how to [do X] Ubuntu" and learn.
E.g. for Seamonkey, add the Ubuntuzilla repositories and then you can
just install it from S/W Centre. Google Ubuntuzilla to find it. It's
easier than the terrible dangerous Windows cycle of:
* download raw binary from untrusted unknown website
* run it with full local admin privileges
* hope it does not rape your machine
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