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I'm trying to install OpenJUMP in Ubuntu 12.04. They mentioned that it can be installed and run on Linux:

From the bin directory, run the starter for your operating system

Linux

oj_linux.sh

But for the life of me I can't find the bin directory in the source. Does anybody know how to install this?

I don't think it's in any one of the repos either.

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To find the Bin directory you have to download the OpenJUMP-Portable-1.5.2-r2930-CORE.zip and then extract it, then you will find the Bin directory inside the extracted directory.

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