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    Cool gEdit Installation in Ubuntu!

    ok i am using xubuntu 6.10, i downloaded gEdit package from here

    when i extracted that it shows some source files(.py, .xml, etc)
    i don't know how to install it pls help

    i have 2 cds of fc6 & i would like to install some packages from the second cd of fedora, is there any way to install .rpm files in my xubuntu os??

  2. #2
    Just install the ubuntu package
    sudo apt-get install gedit (or use synpatic).
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    Blackfooted Penguin daark.child's Avatar
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    Installing rpms on Debian based distros can be problematic. You can convert rpms to Debian packages using an app called alien but the resulting package is not guaranteed to install or work flawlessly. Personally I would just use the packages in the Ubuntu software repositories.

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    thanks Vergil & daark.child...i installed gEdit !
    but i didn't tried alien..i will try it later

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