EditRocket Download Page

The EditRocket download is a full trial version that includes all features.

The download expires 30 days after the first use. After the expiration, a registration code / serial number
must be purchased to continue using EditRocket.

 

  File Type Link File Name Size Notes
 
linux Linux (32-bit) Download editrocket4_3_4_linux_x86.zip 49.4 MB For 32-bit systems
 
linux Linux (64-bit) Download editrocket4_3_4_linux_x64.zip 47.4 MB For 64-bit systems
 
solaris Solaris / Unix Download editrocket4_3_4.zip 8.2 MB Requires Sun Java 1.6 or newer

 

Installation Instructions

Uninstallation Instructions

End User License Agreement (EULA)

Change Log / Updates

 

Installation Instructions and Requirements

Linux

Download editrocket4_3_4_linux_x86.zip for 32-bit systems or editrocket4_3_4_linux_x64.zip for 64-bit systems.
Unzip the downloaded file either by double-clicking or opening a terminal window and typing the following (unzip file_name)
Open a terminal window. Navigate to the directory where you unzipped the file and then to the editrocket directory (cd editrocket).

Launch the shell script:

sh editrocket.sh (you may need to execute a chmod on editrocket.sh before launching -- chmod 755 editrocket.sh)

Solaris / Unix

EditRocket requires Sun Java 1.4 or greater. Java 1.5 or 1.6 is recommended.

Download and unzip editrocket4_3_4.zip. Open a terminal window. Navigate to the directory where you unzipped the zip file and then to the editrocket directory.

Either launch the shell script or the executable jar file:

sh editrocket.sh (you may need to execute a chmod on editrocket.sh before launching -- chmod 755 editrocket.sh)

or

java -jar editrocket.jar

If java is not in the path, type the full path to the java program, for example:

/usr/jdk1.6.0_30/bin/java -jar editrocket.jar

If using the shell script and java is not in the path, make sure to edit the script so that the full path to java is specified.

 

Uninstallation Instructions

Linux

To uninstall EditRocket on Linux/Unix systems, remove the "editrocket" folder that was created when extracting the EditRocket zip file. This can be done by either dragging the folder to the trash and emptying the trash, or executing the following command via the terminal application: rm -rf editrocket