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I was trying to make Sublime Text 2 start from the Terminal. I found a great resource but I cannot find where it is installed. I used the WebUpd8 PPA, anyone know where the PPA installs sublime.

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It should be under Accessories. If it's not, try to open it via terminal with the command sublime-text –  efthialex Feb 16 '13 at 12:38
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I don't know the answer to this exact question, but to know wich files did a package install you can use this command:

dpkg -L <package name>

The best thing is that you can use tab completion with it so:

dpkg -L subli<tab>

is likely to give you the answer.

You can also use Synaptic to find this list through a GUI.

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That was quick. Thanks! –  mojo706 Feb 16 '13 at 12:57
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The command for starting it is most likely

sublime-text-2

though try

sublime-text

and

subl

These are the programs, or links that get installed to /usr/bin/ (if my limited understanding of deb packages is anything to go by, I don't actually use the software).

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