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installation [2019/08/18 16:59]
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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 in your 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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