I’m kind of a blunder-about-till-I-get-it Linux guy. I learn a lot of new stuff, some of it sticks.
I’ve been using a tool called AppimageLauncher to implement the couple of appimages I use. My recent upgrade to Linux Mint 21 seems to have disrupted this, or maybe it was an earlier change I had missed.
The PPA for the launcher apparently now has a public key no longer accepted by apt. Should I get rid of the PPA? Perhaps also the launcher?
I’ve read of a simpler (?) way to make appimages executable, but never managed it.
Hi, I’m using Zorin OS 16 pro and have HAMRS installed on it as an Appimage. I right clicked on the icon and chose properties>permissions>check the box to allow executing this app.
Create a link and move it to the desktop. Works fine here.
Ahh. Tried with HAMRS, and it worked! I guess my failed experience was with another app that I think has just stopped working. At any rate, I can use HAMRS and got rid if a piece of software I don’t need, so thanks.
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