When I run the command sudo sublime from my terminal, it opens the program but will not allow me to run any other commands in my terminal until I close sublime text. This doesn't work because I'm trying to run tests from the terminal while making changes to my project on sublime text.
Hey,maybe I am just stupid today but I can't run sublime-text.I just installed it from the AUR (no errors) and when I try to run it in my Terminal all I get is:[user@ArchPad ~]$ sublime-textbash: sublime-text: command not foundSublime seems to be installed correctly:[user@ArchPad ~]$ pacman -Qi sublime-textName : sublime-textVersion
I installed Sublime Text 2 on Ubuntu 12.04 as per this tutorial. http://www.technoreply.com/how-to-install-sublime-text-2-on-ubuntu-12-04...
However I don't have adequate permissions when launching the program from the Ubuntu launcher. For example I cannot install packages, or if I add a folder to the sidebar when I close Sublime and reopen the folder is no longer listed.