Sublime Text 3 installation Guide

Installing sublime text 3 on ubuntu.

This tutorial will show you how to install the Sublime Text 3 in Ubuntu. Trusty LTS via PPA repository.

The Sublime Text 3 is currently in beta. Webupd8 Team has made an installer script into PPA which automatically downloads the Sublime Text 3 archive from its website and installs it on Ubuntu. The PPA does not host any Sublime Text 3 files.

Install sublime text 3 in ubuntu

Install Sublime Text 3:

To get started, press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open a terminal window. When it opens, copy and paste below command into terminal and hit enter:

sudo add-apt-repository -y ppa:webupd8team/sublime-text-3

Type in your password when prompts and then you’ll get this PPA (Personal Package Archive) into your system.

NOTE: you’ll see nothing when typing passwords in Linux terminal, just type in mind and hit enter to get pass.

install sublime text 3 ubuntu

After added the PPA, run commands to install the script:

sudo apt-get update;
sudo apt-get install -y sublime-text-installer

Once installed, open the editor from Unity Dash or Menu.

To disable new version notifications, add the following to your User Preferences file (Preferences > Settings – User):

“update_check”: false

Magento2: Composer and Installation

Magento now uses Composer to install the Magento software. Composer enables Magento to manage the Magento components and their dependencies.

If You have already installed Composer then go for the Next step, for the installation of Magento2 setup.

Anyone who uses the Magento software must install Composer to update components and Magento Ssoftware. If you install Magento using an archive or setup, you don’t need Composer to install Magento, but for getting updates you do need Composer.

Composer provides following advantages:

  • Enables to reuse third-party libraries without bundling them with source code
  • Component-based architecture with robust dependency management
  • Manages dependencies to reduce extension conflicts and compatibility issues
  • Versioned dependencies
  • Semantic versioning
  • Supports PHP Framework Interoperability standard

Install Composer

First, check if Composer is already installed:

In a command prompt, enter any of the following commands:

  • composer --help
  • composer list --help

If command help displays, Composer is already installed; in that case, you can skip the next section and continue with magento installation.

If an error displays, use the following steps to install Composer.

To install Composer:

  1. Change to or create an empty directory on your Magento server.
  2. Enter the following commands:
    curl -sS | php
    mv composer.phar /usr/local/bin/composer

    For additional installation options, see the Composer installation documentation.

Magento2: Pre Installation process

Before we go into the installation process, first we need to check the Magento basic sytem requirements –


for more information – please visit magento official documentation URL

After setting and fulfill all basic system requirements, now you download latest magento2 version, which we can download from , here you will see two types of packages, one without and another with Sample data, whatever package you want you can install, if you want to install magento2 for testing purposes, then go for magento2 package with Sample data.


Now you have completed all pre-installation process requirement, go for the next Step By Step process for magento2 Installation