Important: Be sure to also read the platform notes for Linux.
If you’ve already installed Plucky, see how to update.
If you want to uninstall, see how to uninstall.
Click the big “installer” button.
Save the file, noting where you save it (usually the Downloads folder) and the file name (e.g., pluckeye-linux-1.0.63.tar.gz).
In the terminal:
cd /tmp rm -f ./pluck*install* for tarball in $HOME/Downloads/pluck*.tar*; do echo $tarball; done tar xf $tarball sudo ./plucky-install
Here is an example terminal session in which Jon installs pluckeye-0.36.1 on his Ubuntu computer named theodore:
jon@theodore:~$ cd /tmp jon@theodore:/tmp$ rm -f ./pluck*.installer jon@theodore:/tmp$ for tarball in $HOME/Downloads/pluck*.tar*; do echo $tarball; done /home/jon/Downloads/pluckeye-linux-0.36.1.tar.gz jon@theodore:/tmp$ tar xf $tarball jon@theodore:/tmp$ sudo ./pluck*install [sudo] password for jon: Congratulations, you've installed! Type 'pluck' for help. To start using pluckeye, restart currently running browsers. See http://www.pluckeye.net/installed.html?pluckeye-linux-0.36.1-x86 for the latest news on this version.