How to install sublime text editor in Ubuntu, Linux Mint and Debian Linux
Sublime Text 3 is a open source text editor application developed by Jon Skinner, launched under Proprietary software License on year 2008. Sublime Text Editor is a cross platform application available for all kind of operating systems i.e. Linux, Microsoft Windows, MacOS..
In this article we will learn you how to install Sublime Text Editor (Sublime Text 3) from official repositorry in Ubuntu 16.04/17.04, Linux Mint and Debian Linux.
Features of Sublime Text Editor:
- Save the Document’s automatically.
- You can do multiple changes at once.
- You can use macros to make your work automatically and fast.
- Automatically check the spellings and corrects it by giving you the relevant suggestions.
- One of the very important feature is autocomplete and this feature is useful for programmers.
- Autocomplete means when you type some words it will suggest you available relevant words that you might use.
- You can do multiple splits of a single window. For more Information on this you can visit the Official Page.
Install Sublime Text Editor 3
These instructions are for Ubuntu, Linux mint and all Debian derived distros.
Install the GPG key for security purpose.
wget -qO - https://download.sublimetext.com/sublimehq-pub.gpg | sudo apt-key add -
Add the stable version channel to your source list.
echo "deb https://download.sublimetext.com/ apt/stable/" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/sublime-text.list
Update your repositories
sudo apt update
Finally, install sublime-text
sudo apt install sublime-text -y
Now Sublime Text 3 package installed successfully. You can open the application from Package Manager.
The application is running successfully. Now the user can use the application for various text editing purposes
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