Run 182 initializer
The first thing you'll need to do is run a script that will import some files and do other 182-specific updates. If this is your first time using a Linux command-line interface, welcome to a new world!
- Double-click on the "Terminal" icon, which will open a terminal window with a command-line interface.
- type updateSystem.sh, as shown in the screenshot below, and then hit the <Enter> key. The terminal window has an auto-complete feature. If you type just up and then hit <Tab> or <Esc>, it will fill in the rest of the word update. There are many available commands that begin with update, so it stops there. Type in Sy and hit <Tab> again: it will fill in the rest of the command.
When it's done, there will be a bunch of lines of text, concluding with "Updated to version <n>"