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Flatpak Apps Look Out of Place? Here’s How to Apply GTK Themes on Flatpak Applications

Flatpak applications often do not match with the system themes and look out of place in your setup. Here’s a workaround to apply GTK themes to Flatpak apps.
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Fedora Linux 35 Released with GNOME 41, Other Key Features

After six months of hard work, Fedora Linux 35 is here with the latest and greatest GNOME 41 desktop environment for the Fedora Workstation edition. GNOME 41 brings some cool new features, such as a redesigned GNOME Software package manager that gives you instant access to Flatpak apps from the Flathub repository, a new GNOME […]

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Running Out of Disk Space? It’s Time to Check Whether Flatpak Is the Reason. Here’s How.

Here’s how to clean up Flatpak apps to reclaim your precious disk space. Follow along.
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Flatpak 1.12 Released with Better Support for the Steam Linux Runtime Mechanism, More

Flatpak 1.12 comes eight months after Flatpak 1.10 as the new stable series that introduces numerous new features and improvements. Highlights include better support for the Steam Linux Runtime mechanism, allowing Steam to launch games with its own container runtime as /usr. In fact, this new feature allows any subsandbox to have a different /usr […]

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Install Ksnip Screenshot Tool on Linux with Flatpak Packages

Ksnip is a Qt-based cross-platform screenshot tool that provides many annotation features for your screenshots. In this tutorial, learn how to install the Ksnip screenshot tool on Linux using Flatpak packages.
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Differences Between Snap, AppImage, and Flatpak

In this post, we will look at the differences between these three package formats – Snap, AppImage, and Flatpak.
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How to Install and Use Flatpak on Linux

In Linux, there are many avenues for installing a software package. You can use the package managers such as APT for Debian-based distributions and YUM for RHEL-based distributions. If the packages are not available
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