Having a generic executable installer is a lazy way to claim Linux support. There's a reason why package management - be it .deb or RPM based - is a popular concept. I have little interest in running some random installer as root, not knowing what it will put where, or whether it is capable of undoing any mess it might make.
You can also download either the binary gui app, or compile from source. Take your pick.
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