How to Install Notepad++ on Linux Mint 19
Install Notepad++ on Linux Mint 19
Notepad++ is one of the most popular free and opensource source code editors. It is a favorite of many software developers and system administrators. Notepad++ is only developed for Windows Platform by its developers but today it also available for Linux Mint through a snap package. In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to install Notepad++ on Linux Mint 19.
Notepad++ comes with Syntax Folding and Syntax Highlighting. Users can also customize Syntax Folding and Syntax Highlighting Features according to his preference. You can customize its GUI using the number of options. It also supports automatic word completion and automatic function completion. You can find and replace the text in Notepad++ in all the open documents same time.
Before you start to Install Install Notepad++ on Linux Mint 19. You must have the non-root user account on your system with sudo privileges.
Notepad++ package is available to Linux Mint users as
snap package. So before we install Notepad++ we should install Snappy package manager by installing
snapd-xdg-open packages run following command in the terminal:
sudo apt install snapd snapd-xdg-open
Next run following command in the Linux Mint terminal to install Notepad++:
sudo snap install notepad-plus-plus
Now verify the installation and check Notepad++ version typing following command in the terminal:
Now you can launch Notepad++ by visiting
Activities -> type "Notepad++" or you can run the following command in the terminal:
The output should be:
Install Notepad++ on Linux Mint With GUI
You can install Notepad++ By clicking on the following button on Linux Mint:
Click to Install Notepad++
After clicking on the above button a new window will open of Software Center. Just click on the Install button to install Notepad++.
You have successfully learned how to Install Notepad++ on Linux Mint 19. If you have any queries regarding this then please don’t forget to comment below.
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