HowTo: Install Typora on Linux Ubuntu

Typora is a minimal Markdown editor for Linux, Windows and OS X. Typora has auto complete pair of brackets and quotes like a code editor.
It also has support of multiple themes. Documents written in Typora can be converted to PDF, HTML, Word, Open Office, RTF, Epub and various other formats. To install Typora on Ubuntu using the .deb package, open a terminal by pressing Ctrl + Alt + T and follow the steps given below:

> Install using .deb package

Step 1:

Download the debian(.deb) package by clicking here.

Before proceeding remember to change your working directory in terminal to the directory where the .deb package was downloaded. Use the cd command to change directory.

Step 2:

Install the package using the dpkg command:

sudo dpkg -i FileName.deb

Replace FileName with the name of the file you just downloaded.

Step 3:

Finally, to install any missing dependencies run:

sudo apt-get -f install

Step 4:

You are all set, Typora has been successfully installed on your system.

Any further queries and suggestions are welcome in the comments section below. If you wish to try out GitBook or Remarkable the installation guide can be found here and here respectively.

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