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Installing cisco packet tracer in Ubuntu

In this blog i shared the cisco packet tracer for Linux/Ubuntu. Many people may face the problem of installing or opening it in their system. So now in this post i am sharing how to open cisco packet tracer in your Linux/Ubuntu.
For doing this task, i used Ubuntu Desktop 14.04. Hope that you can also be able to do this same type of operation in other versions.
So lets see, how to do this task:

Here I'm sharing 10 easy steps to do that tasks:

Step 1: First copy the file in the desktop of your Ubuntu, which you download from here. Now click the right button of your mouse. You can see so many options like "Open with Archive Manager", "Open With", "Cut", "Copy".....and so many. Just select the 1st option, like the picture.
Installing cisco packet tracer in Ubuntu




 Step 2: After selecting "Open with Archive Manager" , you can see a folder like the image. Just select the picture and click the "Extract"
Installing cisco packet tracer in Ubuntu



 Step 3: After that you will redirect to a page like this:
Installing cisco packet tracer in Ubuntu



 Step 4: Now Just click the extract option.
Installing cisco packet tracer in Ubuntu



 Step 5: Your desired folder will now start extracting
Installing cisco packet tracer in Ubuntu



 Step 6: After successfully completion of extraction, you will see the message. Just close it.
Installing cisco packet tracer in Ubuntu



 Step 7: Now in the desktop you will a folder like this.
Installing cisco packet tracer in Ubuntu



 Step 8: Just enter that folder and you'll see some files and folder. Just enter the bin folder.
Installing cisco packet tracer in Ubuntu



 Step 9: After opening bin folder you'll see some files and folders, like the picture. Double click the marked icon.
Installing cisco packet tracer in Ubuntu



 Step 10: After that you'll see your desired cisco packet tracer.
Installing cisco packet tracer in Ubuntu


Hope that you can now able to run cisco packet tracer in your Linux/Ubuntu.
Installing cisco packet tracer in Ubuntu
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15 comments:

  1. Had no idea it was that simple. I thought the 'bin' you were referring to was the one in the filesystem. Thanks a lot anyway.

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  2. it's not running
    I double clicked on the packettracer6 but nothing happened.

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    1. Dear sujit rai,
      I tested it and took the screenshot, please re-check the process. Hope that it will work. Thanks for visiting this blog. Keep visiting and sharing.

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    2. It happens to me aswell i doubleclick on it, also right click and Run and nothing happens.

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    3. Try this steps perfectly, it will surely work, i tried it and after that i have taken the screenshot. Thanks for visiting this blog.Keep visiting.

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  3. Hi and thanks for the file.
    To verify why it's not starting, go to the bin folder using terminal and start the ./packettracer then it will tell you what is missing. You can try to reinstall it with sudo ./install from the root of the folder and accept the default values. When it's finished you will be always to run the packetracer from anywhere.

    once again, thanks for the file Himadri.

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  4. hi I try many times run, but not suceffull.
    when i double click apear the message:

    could not display "packetTracer6"
    there is no application installed for "executable" files.

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    1. I'm not sure what is the problem, if this version is not compatible with your system, then you can download older version of packet tracer and after that you can have a try with installing it. You can find older version in this blog. Kust go to the link:
      http://myitzn.blogspot.com/search/label/Cisco%20Packet%20Tracer

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  5. Do:

    sudo apt-get install libqt4-scripttools:i386

    (Check this out: http://askubuntu.com/questions/389118/packet-tracer-6-0-1-problem-with-running-error-while-loading-shared-libraries)

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    1. Why??
      Anyway thanks for your comment and also thanks for your visit. Keep visiting and sharing

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  6. You must be safe in that architecture are you working, because PT are designed for X86 arch,..if you want Cisco PT under X64. ...

    sudo dpkg --add-architecture i386
    sudo apt-get install libnss3-1d:i386 libqt4-qt3support:i386 libssl1.0.0:i386 libqtwebkit4:i386 libqt4-scripttools:i386

    it works

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  7. hi admin am using kali linux 2.0 and i fellow but is nt working

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