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To unpack the archive, either use your file explorer and double-click on the archive, and extract it to the desired location, or type in a terminal window:
 
To unpack the archive, either use your file explorer and double-click on the archive, and extract it to the desired location, or type in a terminal window:
  
  tar zxvf protege-5.0.0-beta-06_2014_05_20.tar.gz
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  tar zxvf protege-5.0.0-linux.tar.gz
  
 
(the archive name might differ, please use the right file name that you downloaded.)
 
(the archive name might differ, please use the right file name that you downloaded.)

Latest revision as of 15:38, May 24, 2016

[edit] Tux-logo.png Protege 5 Installation instructions for Linux

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Go to the main Protege 5 installation page


Protege 5.0 is distributed in the form of a tar.gz file from the main Protege website, and includes the 64-bit Java Runtime Environment (JRE). So, it is not necessary to have Java pre-installed on your computer to run Protege.

[edit] Download the tar.gz file

  • Go to the Products page on the Protege website.
  • Click the "Download for Linux" button to download the tar.gz file to your machine.

To unpack the archive, either use your file explorer and double-click on the archive, and extract it to the desired location, or type in a terminal window:

tar zxvf protege-5.0.0-linux.tar.gz

(the archive name might differ, please use the right file name that you downloaded.)


[edit] Launch Protege

To launch Protege Desktop, double-click on the run.sh in the Protege folder in the file explorer, or type run.sh in a terminal window, once you have changed the directory to the Protege folder (cd Your_Protege_folder).


Find more troubleshooting hep on the main Protege 5 installation page

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