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Stable Build 49.4.68

Thanks for using Dropbox! The desktop client is regularly updated with many improvements and fixes.
 

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Dropboxer

Re: How to install this in (K)ubuntu

Hey Paul!

 

The recommended way to install Dropbox on Kubuntu is to download the deb from this page: https://www.dropbox.com/install-linux (That's what I do.)

 

To install this version of Dropbox specifically:

 - Untar the installer, which will output `.dropbox-dist` in your current directory.

 - Move `.dropbox-dist` to your home directory

 - Start the Dropbox daemon by running `~/.dropbox-dist/dropboxd`

 

 

 

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Re: Stable Build 49.4.68

Thanks.

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Re: Stable Build 49.4.68

sorry but what is the link for the changelogs ?

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Re: Stable Build 49.4.68

Thanks
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How to install this in (K)ubuntu

I couldn't figure out how to install the X64 Offline Installer.  It leads to a packed archive, which is easily unpacked. But what should I do then?  If it was a .deb file (also a packed archive) instead of a tar.gz file it  would be easy enough: use the QAptPackageInstaller or other similar software.

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Dropboxer

Re: How to install this in (K)ubuntu

Hey Paul!

 

The recommended way to install Dropbox on Kubuntu is to download the deb from this page: https://www.dropbox.com/install-linux (That's what I do.)

 

To install this version of Dropbox specifically:

 - Untar the installer, which will output `.dropbox-dist` in your current directory.

 - Move `.dropbox-dist` to your home directory

 - Start the Dropbox daemon by running `~/.dropbox-dist/dropboxd`

 

 

 

[This thread is now closed. If you have a similar or new question, you can ask here]

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