|It's bound to happen for
most programs to update, and NVU is
no exception. Most of the time installation procedures will
remain unchanged, so while this guide shows the original install, it
also shows steps to changing over from previous installs.
1: First step is to get the program. Go ahead and open a browser. This guide is using FireFox
2: Once the browser is open, go to http://www.nvu.com
3: Once at NVU's page, click on Download
4: The desired file is the first Linux download : nvu-0.60-pc-linux2.4.23-gnu.tar.bz2
Note : for future versions, the procedures should remain the same.
5: Right Click and Save Link As
6: FireFox already is putting this in the /home/(username) folder, which we want. Hit Save
8: Once the download completes, open Personal Files
9: And there is the new version of NVU.
10: Left Click on the NVU package.
11: And here is our package folder.
12: Right Click and choose Copy
13: Now hit the up arrow to return to Personal Files
14: In the previous NVU guide, an NVU folder was created. Open the NVU folder
15: There is our previous NVU program.
16: Right Click and choose Paste
17: Go grab a cola or something.
18: Once the copy completes, open the New NVU folder
19: There is the NVU program file, click on the shell script to make sure NVU opens. If NVU does not open, at least we have done anything to the old version.
20: Looks like NVU is working.
21: Lets check the version. Click on Help and then on About NVU
22: Looks like the version is the newest, in this case, 0.60.
23: Go ahead and close NVU, then click on the Up Arrow to return to the Nvu Folder
24: Time to get rid of the previous version.
25: Right click on the older NVU folder, and choose Delete
26: Yes, trash this folder.
27: Once The folder is gone, reopen the new NVU folder
28: Drag the NVU shell script onto the desktop
29: Link Here
30: And here comes the twist. There already is an NVU icon from the previous version. Simply Overwrite
31: Now the NVU icon should have been updated. Click and
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