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Insight: Tutorial to install pycharm in ubuntu
There are plenty of IDEs available for python programming in linux based operating system. Out of many them, PyCharm is one of the useful python programming ides which has tons of important features.
What Is PyCharm?
PyCharm is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) specially designed for Python programming. PyCharm is available for multiple platforms like Windows, Linux and OS X. First version of PyCharm was out in July 2010 as a beta version.
- 512 MB RAM minimum, 1 GB RAM recommended
- 1024×768 minimum screen resolution
- Python 2.4 or higher, Jython, PyPy or IronPython
How To Install PyCharm In Ubuntu
There are multiple methods to install pycharm in ubuntu operating system.
You can easily install PyCharm from the Ubuntu Software Center. Pycharm in ubuntu is available as a snap package installation. You can browse software center or install it using following command.
sudo snap install [pycharm-professional|pycharm-community] --classic
You can choose one version either professional or community version in command above.
Install PyCharm In Ubuntu Using Umake Command
You can install pycharm using umake command in ubuntu. Execute the following command in your terminal to install umake:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntu-desktop/ubuntu-make sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ubuntu-make
Now after installing umake command, install pycharm with following command:
umake ide pycharm
In order to install professional edition, use the following command:
umake ide pycharm-professional
If you are looking to remove your installation of PyCharm then here is the command:
umake -r ide pycharm
For this method, first you need to download the copy of the PyCharm from the source below:
After downloading, Follow the installation instructions below:
- Copy the pycharm-2018.1.tar.gz to the desired installation location
(make sure you have rw permissions for that directory)
- Unpack the pycharm-2018.1.tar.gz using the following command:
tar -xzf pycharm-2018.1.tar.gz
- Remove the pycharm-2018.1.tar.gz to save disk space (optional)
- Run pycharm.sh from the bin subdirectory