Monday, June 9, 2014

Installing Sublime Text on Ubuntu

Sublime Text 2 is a cross-platform (Mac/Windows/Linux), highly customizable text editor with an outstanding compliment of features. I have found it to be my preferred, go-to tool for text manipulation.

While it is not an IDE, Sublime Text presents sufficient IDE-like features that for many purposes, you won't miss the extra cruft. Also, of course, in many programming communities (Ruby, JavaScript), code is more often written in a text editor.


Sublime Text 2 is not currently part of the Synaptic Package Management system on Ubuntu. Therefore, there is no magical apt-get install command as you might use to install other software on your Linux system, so we have to do a little more work.

Add the Sublime Text 2 Repository to your Synaptic Package Manager:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/sublime-text-2
Update :
sudo apt-get update

Install :

sudo apt-get install sublime-text

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