Debian: installing XMind from .deb (source:

From choose downloaded version to install (32-bit or 64-bit)

e.g. 32-bit


go to download directory and move deb file to home directory

cd ~/download

mv xmind-linux-  ~/

Install the .deb file

sudo dpkg -i  xmind-linux-

Now if you type “xmind” from command line “nothing haappen”…why?

Because XMind installation way is very unusual for Linux Systems executable file is in:


So we can do a symlink as:

sudo ln -s /usr/local/xmind/XMind  /usr/local/bin/xmind

Now if you type on terminal “xmind” command  it works!!!

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