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 3 from the Tarball, moved it to /opt and then made an alias in my bashrc file so that I can call it from the terminal.Problem is, doing this closes the terminal. And it's also not restored when sublime closes. I would expect the terminal to just wait for sublime to quit.
I'm upgrading from Sublime Text 2 to Sublime Text 3 on my Windows 7 PC. Add/Remove Programs does not have any entries for Sublime Text. How do I remove Sublime Text 2 completely, including removing the "Open with Sublime Text 2" entry from the Explorer context menu?
I know I am not root because I cannot browse packages.
First, I am aware of this page, but it is not working for me. After following those instruction, I get the prompt when I open Sublime from Unity, but I am still not able to browse packages. If I open sublime using "gksu subl" in the terminal, nothing happens. If I do "sudo subl" it opens and I can browse packages.