Notepad++ is one of the most used application by Windows users. We can say it’s most advanced version of notepad which includes a large number of options. In this guide, we will show you how to install Notepad++ on Ubuntu 22.04.
You should logged in as root or user account having the sudo privileges.
Install Notepad++ on Ubuntu
Basically, the Notepad++ editor is built for Windows and written in C++. Currently a native version of Notepad++ is not available for Linux. So we will install the Notepad++ via
Step 1 – Update System
First of all, update your system by typing:
sudo apt update && upgrade -y
Step 2 – Install Notepad++
Using the WINE platform we can use the Windows application on Unix-like operating systems. Notepad++ is also relied on the WINE platform.
Now, we will use the snap package manager to install Notepad++. By default, it will also install all the required dependency packages.
You have to run the following command to install the Notepad++ on Ubuntu:
sudo snap install notepad-plus-plus
It will show output something like below:
notepad-plus-plus 8.4.6 from Taqu Raza (mmtrt) installed
Step 3 – Launch Notepad++
To launch Notepad++ click on Activities and type Notepad++ in search box. You will see an icon for Notepad++, click on it to launch. If you are familiar with command line you can open by typing
notepad-plus-plus on your terminal.
It will open the Notepad++ like below.
If you want to uninstall the Notepad++ from your systems, you can remove snap package anytime. You would run the below command:
sudo snap remove notepad-plus-plus
In this tutorial, you have successfully learned how to install Notepad++ on Ubuntu 22.04 system using snap package manager.
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