In this guide, we cover how to install Studio 3T on Linux.
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Installing Studio 3T for Linux
Studio 3T for Linux is available for 64-bit Linux systems. It is available as a gzipped tarball (.tar.gz). You can unpack the file at the command line. Alternatively, you can use system utilities such as Archive Manager.
The tarball contains a runnable .sh file that launches the installer for Studio 3T. Using this, you can install Studio 3T to your preferred location. It will automatically create a desktop shortcut to launch Studio 3T.
To install from the command line:
- Open a terminal and shell.
- Go to the directory, where the gzipped tarball (.tar.gz) was downloaded.
$ cd Downloads
- Unpack the file.
$ tar -xvzf studio-3t-linux-x64.tar.gz
- Run the Studio 3T installer.
- Now follow the prompts in the GUI to complete the installation.