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Linux for Starters: Your Guide to Linux – Files and Permissions – Part 10

Installing Hyper

We’ve received a lot of feedback asking about Hyper. It’s not the default terminal in Ubuntu. It isn’t available in the Ubuntu Software app. But installation is fairly straightforward. Follow this process:

Start Firefox and enter the address https://github.com/vercel/hyper/releases

Download the x64 deb file (hyper_3.1.1_amd64.deb). Save it to ~/Downloads/

Start the Terminal program. At the shell type:

$ cd ~/Downloads
$ sudo dpkg -i hyper_3.1.1_amd64.deb

On a vanilla installation of Ubuntu 21.04, this command proceeded with problems. With an earlier version of hyper, dependency problems prevent the installation from proceeding. If you do run into such a problem, complete the installation with these two steps.

$ sudo apt update --fix-missing

$ sudo apt install -f

Pages in this article:
Page 1 – ls – list the contents of a directory
Page 2 – What does the long listing mean?
Page 3 – Appendix: Installing Hyper


All articles in this series:

Linux For Starters: Your Guide to Linux
1What is Linux? Why use Linux? What do I need?
2Choose a Linux distribution meeting your specific needs and requirements.
3Make a bootable Ubuntu USB stick in Windows.
4We show you how to install Ubuntu 21.04 on your hard disk.
5Things to do after installing Ubuntu.
6Navigating your way around the Desktop.
7Updating the system, install new software.
8Open source replacements for proprietary Windows desktop software.
9Get started with the power and flexibility of the terminal.
10We cover the basics of files and permissions.
11Getting help from your system.
12Learn all about the file system.
13Manipulating files from the shell.
14Maintain your system with these simple tips.
15Managing users on your system.
16Explore different desktops to GNOME 3.
17Gaming on Linux.
18Protect your privacy with this guide.
19Access the Windows desktop from Linux using a remote desktop client.
20Set up a virtual machine running Ubuntu as the host and openSUSE as the guest.
21Wine lets you run Windows programs on Linux without emulation.
22Extend your GNOME desktop with extensions and themes.
XUseful Linux commands.
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