I am using Manjaro for 3 day now. Mostly to learn python and linux itself and aside of a regular usage it is frustrating to do more demanding tasks than checking email or learning the basic programming (that is why I am using it). Most of issues I could resolve myself or with help of my books, this I could not. My IT experience is mostly hardware repairs and macOS/Windows.
t update pycharm. I found a topic here and jetbrains, but it is not helping (or I have no idea what it is doing). The issue is of course - PyCharm does not have write access to /app/pycharm. Please run it by a privileged user to update`.
I found pycharm.sh, and run
sudo updatedb in konsole - command not found.
sudo locate pycharm.sh the same. But why locate - I know where it is.
sudo /usr/share/pycharm/bin/pycharm.sh , password and it started to do something which ended with warning java msg, (do not remeber exacly, but probably) and my VM with manjaro was frozen. So... Not really understand what that will do:
If it comes to the Arch community repo, it still contains the 2018.1-1 package. However, your installations asks to be launched with sudo privileges to perform auto-update. All you need is to enter /opt/your-pycharm-directory/bin (or wherever you installed PyCharm) and run sudo ./pycharm.sh.
/opt/sudo /usr/share/pycharm/bin should I write to konsole and run and than this ->
sudo ./pycharm.sh ?
Tried and it does not work.
Which is no surprise when I use Linux for 3 days and bash is definitely behind my soldering skills.
P.S. I haven`t been using forums since 2007. What a nostalgic come back