How can I install Copy on Ubuntu 12.04? I have a
.tgz and I don't know what to do next.
Here is what I did. I downloaded the file into my Downloads folder, and then extracted it.
Once that was done, I opened the folder with file manager, and navigated to the x86 folder since I have Ubuntu 32bit installed, and clicked on CoypyAgent.
And after I did that, I got the windows below, that will allow me eithr to login or create an account. Notice the tray icon.
After that I copied the file to the desktop for easy access.
Note: also included is the 64 bit file.
There's also have a simple instruction there: 24061068-How-do-I-install-Copy-for-Linux- but I found a more worker way for installing copy into system with_some_code_from_coderwall and LinuxMint_users_solutions there (rest of the instructions are from the terminal):
8) For console clienr execute the following command (one line) pay attention to the arguments which you must replace:
9) Let it run until you see:
press ctrl-z to send the command to the background
You did it! you are now running copy.com client on your headless machine.