SEO PowerSuite apps are built with Java. Therefore, to install and run the software on your Ubuntu, you'll need to make sure that you have Oracle Java set as your system default Environment.
Launch the Terminal and run the following command:
The system should respond with Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment version.
If you have Open JDK installed (which is often used by default on Ubuntu but is not supported by the software), you'll need to run the following commands one by one in Terminal to install Java from Oracle in addition:
In the end, you should see the Update Alternatives window where you should select Java Oracle with the keyboard keys and hit Enter.
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Launch the Terminal again (by default, you'll be in your User Home directory):
Run the below command and hit Enter to jump from Home to the folder you've saved to Desktop:
Run the following command and hit Enter to launch the installer as a root user:
Enter your root user password, and follow the installation wizard:
Run any of the SEO PowerSuite apps as root user by entering the corresponding sudo command:
|Processor||Intel/AMD single-core||Intel/AMD dual-core or better|
|CPU clock speed||1 GHz||2 GHz or more|
|Computer memory (RAM)||4096 MB||4096 MB or more|
|Hard disk space||120 MB per application (600 MB for the full SEO PowerSuite package & BuzzBundle)|
|Video adapter and monitor||Suver VGA (1366 x 768)||1366 x 768
1440 x 900
1920 x 1080 or higher
|Internet connection||56 Kbps dial-up||Broadband|
|Operating system||Ubuntu 14.04+, Debian 8+, Fedora 24+, openSUSE 13.3+, RedHat Enterprise Linux 7||Debian GNU/Linux|
|Oracle JRE/JDK||32/64-bit, version 1.8 or newer installed as the default version.||64-bit version, version 1.8 or newer installed as the default version.|