How to use the Sublime Text 3 on Linux?

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There are tons and tons of work at my office. I want to use Sublime Text 3 for my work in office. I have a license, but is there a way to set up a USB Drive to store everything (including license file) on the USB Drive instead of on the computer I am plugging my stick into? Actually, I want to use it on Linux in my office.

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How to use the Sublime Text 3 on Linux?

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For the Sublime text 3 there is a way to store everything (including license file) one USB Drive instead of on the computer. But currently it is only possible for windows. This version of software which can be run from the USB drive is called portable version. There is a portable version of Sublime text 3 for windows 32 bit OS and 64 bit OS.     

There is portable version available for download for Sublime text 3. As you have Linux on your office laptop so either you need to install Sublime text 3 in your office system Linux OS or alternately you can install a virtual machine on the Linux machine and then use the portable version of Sublime text 3 on VM.

To download any version of Sublime text 3 software click here.

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