I want to install Poweriso on my Ubuntu 17.04 installation.

I've already tried sudo mv -v /home/user/Desktop/poweriso /usr/bin/poweriso, but I think it didn't work.

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    What do you mean with did not install? Can you use it from terminal? Works for me – M. Becerra Apr 25 '17 at 11:10
  • sudo mv -v /home/user/Desktop/poweriso /usr/bin/poweriso is not installing but moving a file. Did you make sure "poweriso" is executable? – Rinzwind Apr 25 '17 at 11:30
  • The poweriso for Linux file comes from a .tar.gz archive. When it is extracted it is already executable and ready to run it from the terminal. – karel Apr 25 '17 at 11:38
  1. Download Power ISO from https://www.poweriso.com/download-poweriso-for-linux.htm

  2. Extract the .tar.gz file

  3. Go to the extracted folder

  4. Open the terminal and change the directory to the installed folder destination

  5. type ./poweriso.sh

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