Hi Lemmy, I’m struggling with installing the alpha of dot browser; I follow the instructions given on the download page, and the ~/dot/dot instruction doesn’t work for me.https://github.com/dothq/browser-desktop/releases

Anyone had any success? Thanks

Jack
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That instruction is assuming you ran the previous command in your home directory, which assumes that you put the downloaded file in your home directory as well.

So you should make sure that the dot file you downloaded is placed in your home directory before running those commands.

If you do that, you should make sure that you have a dot/ folder in your home directory before trying the second command.

Morys
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Thanks, will give it a try tomorrow and let you know how it went!

Jack
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No problem, happy to help 😁

Morys
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It worked - such a simple thing! Thanks @tekcaj@lemmy.ml

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