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installation [2018/10/27 00:11]
dstillman Update Linux instructions
installation [2020/04/11 15:43] (current)
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 Open the .dmg you downloaded and drag Zotero to the Applications folder. You can then run Zotero from Spotlight, Launchpad, or the Applications folder and add it to your Dock like any other program. Open the .dmg you downloaded and drag Zotero to the Applications folder. You can then run Zotero from Spotlight, Launchpad, or the Applications folder and add it to your Dock like any other program.
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 +After installing Zotero, you can eject and delete the .dmg file.
  
 === Windows === === Windows ===
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 Download the tarball, extract the contents and run ''​zotero''​ from that directory to start Zotero. ​ Download the tarball, extract the contents and run ''​zotero''​ from that directory to start Zotero. ​
  
-For Ubuntu, the tarball includes a .desktop file that can be used to add Zotero to the launcher. Move the extracted directory to a location of your choice (e.g., ''/​opt/​zotero''​),​ run the ''​set_launcher_icon''​ script to update the .desktop file for that location, and symlink ''​zotero.desktop''​ into ''​~/​.local/​share/​applications/''​ (e.g., ''​ln -s /​opt/​zotero/​zotero.desktop ~/​.local/​share/​applications/​zotero.desktop''​). Zotero should then appear in your launcher.+For Ubuntu, the tarball includes a .desktop file that can be used to add Zotero to the launcher. Move the extracted directory to a location of your choice (e.g., ''/​opt/​zotero''​),​ run the ''​set_launcher_icon''​ script ​from a terminal ​to update the .desktop file for that location, and symlink ''​zotero.desktop''​ into ''​~/​.local/​share/​applications/''​ (e.g., ''​ln -s /​opt/​zotero/​zotero.desktop ~/​.local/​share/​applications/​zotero.desktop''​). Zotero should then appear ​either ​in your launcher or in the applications list when click the grid icon ("Show Applications"​),​ from which you can drag it to the launcher.
  
 Alternatively,​ Linux users may wish to use a package for their distro rather than using the tarball directly. Note that such packages are built by third parties, and we can only provide support for the official tarball. Alternatively,​ Linux users may wish to use a package for their distro rather than using the tarball directly. Note that such packages are built by third parties, and we can only provide support for the official tarball.
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