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How do you integrate Thunderbird with the file system on Linux?

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I'm running Ubuntu 19.10, I would use the snap version of Ubuntu but it's based on the outdated 68.1.2 when I need the patched 68.2.1 update to get Gmail working. I've downloaded it from the website, extracted it, and I can run the script, but how do I integrate it into the Linux Filesystem so I can just hit the super key, type thunderbird, enter, and boot the program, as well as mark it as a favorite and show up in my dock?

I'm running Ubuntu 19.10, I would use the snap version of Ubuntu but it's based on the outdated 68.1.2 when I need the patched 68.2.1 update to get Gmail working. I've downloaded it from the website, extracted it, and I can run the script, but how do I integrate it into the Linux Filesystem so I can just hit the super key, type thunderbird, enter, and boot the program, as well as mark it as a favorite and show up in my dock?
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[https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SynapticHowto Use always Synaptic to install software]
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JohannHan said

Use always Synaptic to install software

Please Read the Question, The snap is out of date, I need an up to date version.

''JohannHan [[#answer-1265040|said]]'' <blockquote> [https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SynapticHowto Use always Synaptic to install software] </blockquote> '''Please Read the Question,''' The snap is out of date, I need an up to date version.
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