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Android Studio

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
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Linux Installation Instructions
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1. Unpack the Android Studio distribution archive that you downloaded to
where you wish to install the program. We will refer to this destination
location as your {installation home} below.
2. Open a console and cd into "{installation home}/bin" and type:
./studio.sh
to start the application. As a side effect, this will initialize various
configuration files in the ~/.AndroidStudio2.3 directory.
3. [OPTIONAL] Add "{installation home}/bin" to your PATH environment
variable so that you may start Android Studio from any directory.
4. [OPTIONAL] To adjust the value of the JVM heap size, create
~/.AndroidStudio2.3/studio.vmoptions (or studio64.vmoptions
if using a 64-bit JDK), and set the -Xms and -Xmx parameters. To see how
to do this, you can reference the vmoptions file under
"{installation home}/bin" as a model.
[OPTIONAL] Changing the location of "config" and "system" directories
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By default, Android Studio stores all your settings under the ~/.AndroidStudio
2.3/config
directory and uses ~/.AndroidStudio2.3/system as a data cache.
If you want to change these settings,
1. Open a console and cd into ~/.AndroidStudio2.3/
2. Create the file "idea.properties" and open it in an editor. Set the
idea.system.path and/or idea.config.path variables as desired, for
example:
idea.system.path=~/custom/system
idea.config.path=~/custom/config
3. Note that we recommend to store data cache ("system" directory) on a disk
with at least 1GB of free space.

Enjoy!
-Android Studio Development Team