I’ve create a basic sublime.desktop file for Linux. This will both automatically show Sublime in Gnome’s menus and allow you to set Sublime as the default editor for your files. If you’re using Ubuntu, this file should be placed in the /usr/share/applications directory.
You will have to edit the file to point to the location of the icon you wish to use. I simply used the logo from this post: https://forum.sublimetext.com/t/new-logo-discussion/1174/19
Hope this helps someone.
sublime.desktop.zip (330 Bytes)