PageEdit is a powerful and intuitive ePub visual XHTML editor. It helps system admins and developers to write documentation in the best way possible. PageEdit is a cross-platform application. PageEdit is powered by Sigil that helps technology authors to write technical documentation easily. It makes use of XML and HTML.
Here at LinuxAPT, we shall look into how to install PageEdit on Ubuntu Jammy Jellyfish 22.04 system.
To begin, it is recommended to update the system before installing any piece of the package on Linux. So run the update command:
$ sudo apt update
Now, install PageEdit by running the below command:
$ sudo apt install pageedit
You can run the following command to see the version number of PageEdit:
$ pageedit --version
You can launch PageEdit either via command-line interface or the graphical dashboard.
1. To run PageEdit using the terminal, execute the command:
2. To access PageEdit via dashboard, simply search "pageedit" and Once located, you can double click the application.
You can remove PageEdit by running the below command:
$ sudo apt remove pageedit
To complete the uninstallation process, confirm by typing "Y" and then entering the Enter key.
This article covers how to install and use PageEdit on Ubuntu Jammy Jellyfish. In fact, PageEdit is an excellent application to write professional technical documents for your team.