This simple tutorial is going to show you how to add both latpak and AppImage package format support, while Ubuntu does not support them out-of-the-box. Enable Flatpak Support in Ubuntu Ubuntu is focusing on the native deb and snap support. The developer team has officially announced that they won’t support Flatpak out-of-the-box. However, user has […]Read More
Learn how to add a desktop icon for an AppImage-based application and launch it from the app menu like any other application.
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helloSystem is a completely new desktop operating system based on FreeBSD. It is created by the founder of AppImage technology for GNU/Linux, Simon Peter, a software developer from Germany. Its look and feel mostly designed to be like MacOS but ten tim…Read More
This article explains how you can install OpenShot Video Editor on Ubuntu. OpenShot is a simple, very easy to use free software to edit videos that is suitable for general purpose users including teachers at school. This works with the OS version 22.0…Read More
Do you still use an older or unsupported Ubuntu on your computer? Don’t want to upgrade for some reason? Then, you might want to update or install some new applications but you find it impossible. Good news for you! There are several solutions to fulfi…Read More
After more than half a year of development, qBittorrent 4.4 is finally and it’s the first stable release of popular BitTorrent client to offer a pre-compiled binary in the AppImage universal binary format for GNU/Linux distributions. The good news is that it’s now a lot easier to run qBittorrent on your favorite distro. Created on […]
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Simon Peter, the creator of the format of self-contained packages AppImage, has published release distribution helloSystem 0.6, based on FreeBSD 12.2 and positioned it as a system for regular users including macOS fans, who are unhappy with Apple polic…Read More
In this tutorial, we will learn how to create a custom application launcher for an appimage in the Gnome Desktop Environment in Ubuntu. Although we are focusing on Ubuntu for this tutorial, this method should also work in other distributions that use the Gnome Desktop Environment and may also be useful reading for those using other […]
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