installing sh file in ubuntu 12.10


1)download your sh file  e.g. “file_name.sh” and save it in your Desktop

2)Open Terminal (ALT + ctrl + T)

3)Now type cd ~/Desktop

4)Then type sudo sh file_name.sh type your root password

5)now you are all ready to use ur new application



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