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Packaged versions of Zotero and Juris-M for Debian-based systems

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ZoteroJuris-M

This repository contains packaged releases of Zotero and Juris-M for Debian-based Linux systems and Crostini-enabled chromebooks, and the script used to build them.

This repository updates to new releases of Zotero and Juris-M within 24 hours, usually faster.

Contents of the packages

The packages include the whole Zotero/Juris-M binaries, as built by Zotero / Juris-M teams themselves.

The packages provide a system-wide installation (into the

/usr/lib
directory), as opposed to a single-user installation (e.g. in your
HOME
directory).

They manage both desktop file registration and MimeType registration.

Installing Zotero / Juris-M

Installing Zotero

To install Zotero, use the following commands:

wget -qO- https://github.com/retorquere/zotero-deb/releases/download/apt-get/install.sh | sudo bash
sudo apt update
sudo apt install zotero

Installing Juris-M

To install Juris-M, use the following commands:

wget -qO- https://github.com/retorquere/zotero-deb/releases/download/apt-get/install.sh | sudo bash
sudo apt update
sudo apt install jurism

Note

You can use

curl
instead of
wget
by typing
curl -sL https://github.com/retorquere/zotero-deb/releases/download/apt-get/install.sh | sudo bash

Updating Zotero / Juris-M

The Zotero / Juris-M programs provided by this repository have their self-update facility disabled.

Simply rely on on your system's package manager to give you update notifications when a new version comes out.

Alternatively, you can use the following commands:

sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade

Package signing errors in Debian/Ubuntu/...

The accepted key format in Debian-based systems seems to have changed a while ago, which means the existing signing verification key you have may no longer be available during install. Re-running the install script will remedy that:

wget -qO- https://github.com/retorquere/zotero-deb/releases/download/apt-get/install.sh | sudo bash

Instructions for installation on Crostini-capable Chromebooks

Instructions for installation on Crostini-capable Chromebooks can be found on the wiki.

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