If you are using Windows, try sharplinter, my command-line wrapper for jslint: github.com/jamietre/SharpLinter
Using it with sublime text 2 is just a matter of creating a build config as you would for any command line tool:
"cmd": "sharplinter", "-ph","best","*.min.js", "$file"],
"file_regex": "^(.?)\(([0-9]+)\): ()(.)$",
Might be a bit easier than SublimeLinter because it doesn't require you to install a node server to use it. All it's dependencies are included in the download, nothing required but to drop the files into some location on your path (or call it directly).