How to install CudaText on Ubuntu – Open Source Code Editor

CudaText is a free and open source code editor for Windows, macOS, BDS and Linux. It comes with minimap and micromap support, syntax highlight, code tree, code folding and command palette with fuzzy matching. Some other important features are Find/Replace with regular expressions, Multi-carets and multi-selections and plugins support. You can configure CudaText in JSON format. It is released in MPL 2.0 license.

Install CudaText Code Editor on Ubuntu:

CudaText is available as a deb package file for Ubuntu. Go to the below CudaText Code Editor download page and download the latest CudaText in .deb file format. Save it in your Downloads folder.

Download CudaText Code Editor

You can change the below commands based on your downloaded cudatext file name. Here now its “cudatext_1.97.0.3-1_gtk2_amd64.deb”. Open your terminal app and type this command and hit enter to navigate the Downloads folder.

cd Downloads

Then your terminal run this command.

sudo dpkg -i cudatext_1.97.0.3-1_gtk2_amd64.deb

If needed then enter your Ubuntu password. Then run below command to finish the installation. Thats’s all.

sudo apt-get install -f
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