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Sorry for that notice but that is the Debian and Derivates way like Ubuntu :

Download a binary file from here :

under terminal there is a description

>> or, download binary file x64 x86 ...

Nota : download your architecture if you don't know type in terminal uname -r

in download folder double-click and extract there :

then do :

sudo mv Typora-linux-x64 /opt/typora

follow this step :

Create the .desktop file in /.local/share/applications/

nano /.local/share/applications/typora..desktop

Paste the following text :

[Desktop Entry] Type=Application Terminal=false Icon=/path/to/icon/icon.png Name=Typora Comment=MarkDown Editor Exec=/opt/typora/Typora Categories=IDE;

As for Icon and Exec, use either a full path or a "system" name. For example, the VLC video player icon is either /usr/share/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps/vlc.png or simply vlc (without the .png extension). or you can find an typora png.

For Categories, consult the XDG Standards list.

-> desktop-files

Regards.,

Sorry for that notice but that is the Debian and Derivates way like Ubuntu :

Download a binary file from here :

under terminal there is a description

>> or, download binary file x64 x86 ...

Nota : download your architecture if you don't know type in terminal uname -r

in download folder double-click and extract there :

then do :

sudo mv Typora-linux-x64 /opt/typora

follow this step :

Create the .desktop file in /.local/share/applications/

nano /.local/share/applications/typora..desktop

Paste the following text :

[Desktop Entry]
Type=Application
Terminal=false
Icon=/path/to/icon/icon.png
Name=Typora
Comment=MarkDown Editor
Exec=/opt/typora/Typora
Categories=IDE;

Categories=IDE;

As for Icon and Exec, use either a full path or a "system" name. For example, the VLC video player icon is either /usr/share/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps/vlc.png or simply vlc (without the .png extension). or you can find an typora png.

For Categories, consult the XDG Standards list.

-> desktop-files

Regards.,

Sorry for that notice but that is the Debian and Derivates way like Ubuntu :

Download a binary file from here :

under terminal there is a description

>> or, download binary file x64 x86 ...

Nota : download your architecture if you don't know type in terminal uname -r

in download folder double-click and extract there :

then do :

sudo mv Typora-linux-x64 /opt/typora

follow this step :

Create the .desktop file in /.local/share/applications/

nano /.local/share/applications/typora..desktop/home/$USER/.local/share/applications/typora..desktop

Paste the following text :

[Desktop Entry]
Type=Application
Terminal=false
Icon=/path/to/icon/icon.png
Name=Typora
Comment=MarkDown Editor
Exec=/opt/typora/Typora
Categories=IDE;

As for Icon and Exec, use either a full path or a "system" name. For example, the VLC video player icon is either /usr/share/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps/vlc.png or simply vlc (without the .png extension). or you can find an typora png.

For Categories, consult the XDG Standards list.

-> desktop-files

Regards.,

Sorry for that notice but that is the Debian and Derivates way like Ubuntu :

Download a binary file from here :

under terminal there is a description

>> or, download binary file x64 x86 ...

Nota : download your architecture if you don't know type in terminal uname -r

in download folder double-click and extract there :

then do :

sudo mv Typora-linux-x64 /opt/typora

follow this step :

Create the .desktop file in /.local/share/applications/

nano /home/$USER/.local/share/applications/typora..desktop/home/$USER/.local/share/applications/typora.desktop

Paste the following text :

[Desktop Entry]
Type=Application
Terminal=false
Icon=/path/to/icon/icon.png
Name=Typora
Comment=MarkDown Editor
Exec=/opt/typora/Typora
Categories=IDE;

As for Icon and Exec, use either a full path or a "system" name. For example, the VLC video player icon is either /usr/share/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps/vlc.png or simply vlc (without the .png extension). or you can find an typora png.

For Categories, consult the XDG Standards list.

-> desktop-files

Regards.,

Sorry for that notice but that is the Debian and Derivates way like Ubuntu :

Download a binary file from here :

under terminal there is a description

>> or, download binary file x64 x86 ...

Nota : download your architecture if you don't know type in terminal uname -r

in download folder double-click and extract there :

then do :

sudo mv Typora-linux-x64 /opt/typora

follow this step :

Create the .desktop file in /.local/share/applications/

nano /home/$USER/.local/share/applications/typora.desktop

/home/$USER/.local/share/applications/typora.desktop

Paste the following text :

[Desktop Entry]
Type=Application
Terminal=false
Icon=/path/to/icon/icon.png
Name=Typora
Comment=MarkDown Editor
Exec=/opt/typora/Typora
Categories=IDE;

As for Icon and Exec, use either a full path or a "system" name. For example, the VLC video player icon is either /usr/share/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps/vlc.png or simply vlc (without the .png extension). or you can find an typora png.

For Categories, consult the XDG Standards list.

-> desktop-files

Regards.,

Sorry for that notice but that is the Debian and Derivates way like Ubuntu :

Download a binary file from here :

under terminal there is a description

>> or, download binary file x64 x86 ...

Nota : download your architecture if you don't know type in terminal uname -r

in download folder double-click and extract there :

then do :

sudo mv Typora-linux-x64 /opt/typora

follow this step :

Create the .desktop file in /.local/share/applications/

nano /home/$USER/.local/share/applications/typora.desktop

Paste the following text :

[Desktop Entry]
Type=Application
Terminal=false
Icon=/path/to/icon/icon.png
Name=Typora
Comment=MarkDown Editor
Exec=/opt/typora/Typora
Categories=IDE;

As for Icon and Exec, use either a full path or a "system" name. For example, the VLC video player icon is either /usr/share/icons/hicolor/48x48/apps/vlc.png or simply vlc (without the .png extension). or you You can find an a lot of typora png.png in google save it and move to /opt/typora/ with sudo

For Categories, consult the XDG Standards list.

-> desktop-files

Regards.,

Sorry for that notice but that is the Debian and Derivates way like Ubuntu :

Download a binary file from here :

under terminal there is a description

>> or, download binary file x64 x86 ...

Nota : download your architecture if you don't know type in terminal uname -r

in download folder double-click and extract there :

then do :

sudo mv Typora-linux-x64 /opt/typora

follow this step :

Create the .desktop file in /.local/share/applications/

nano /home/$USER/.local/share/applications/typora.desktop

Paste the following text :

[Desktop Entry]
Type=Application
Terminal=false
Icon=/path/to/icon/icon.png
Name=Typora
Comment=MarkDown Editor
Exec=/opt/typora/Typora
Categories=IDE;

As for Icon and Exec, use either a full path or a "system" name. You can find a lot of typora png in google save it and move to /opt/typora/ with sudo

For Categories, consult the XDG Standards list.

-> desktop-files

Regards.,