flatpak

  1. Haui111

    $XDG_DATA_DIRS on Ubuntu not including Flatpak

    Hi folks! Problem I have installed flatpak, added flathub and installed a bunch of flatpaks which I can start but I dont get desktop icons and even manually making desktop files does not give me the icons since they are in the export directories which are not in XDG_DATA_DIRS. I have googled...
  2. tinfoil-hat

    Move from Brave Flatpak to brave.deb // KeepassXC addon doesn't recognize KeepassXC

    Hi there, I have installed Bravebrowser via Flatpak and I wasn't able to get KeepassXC Browseraddon to recognize my KeepassXC Application. Because of that I want to move my userdata in the folder that the .deb would recognize, without loosing any data. - Any help appreciated
  3. tinfoil-hat

    Get an Offline Flatpak Mirror

    Hi there, it's possible to create an offline apt-mirror. Now I wonder, if it's possible to create an offline flatpak mirror? - cheers
  4. I

    flatpak and filesystem ownership

    Would you consider a system less secure if the filesystem, starting with /, is owned by the same (non-root) user that owns the processes running in that OS? Probably. But, would you consider the system within a namespace sandbox, such as the one employed by flatpak, to be much less secure if...
  5. ARios Projekt

    [SOLVED] Flatpak steam does not run; closes by itself while updating. 'Can't find 'steam-runtime-check-requirements'

    OS: Arch Linux, Kernel: 6.1.8-zen1-1-zen, DE: Plasma w/wayland, CPU: i5 10400, GPU: RX 550 OC; extra/xf86-video-amdgpu 22.0.0-1 | extra/vulkan-radeon 22.3.3-3 I do not have multilib repository enable and I have not even tried to install it through pacman. Steam —flatpak— worked yesterday. System...
  6. M

    Linux Privacy, Security & Libre - Let's Have a Chat

    Let me lay some foundations.. I can only speak for myself, but the reason I use Linux is because I don't want anything to do with Microsoft or Apple. I also use a DeGoogled Android phone - and I am constantly trying and playing around with Linux phones. I use a VPN, Firefox (recently dumped...
  7. Linuxembourg

    Thoughts on Flatpaks and AppImages

    I've recently purged my Lubuntu of all the snaps I had installed, and the snapd/etc stuff that allows any snaps to run. It seems the snap versions of applications are bloated both in terms of installation size and RAM use. Are Flatpaks and AppImages considered to be similar to Snap packages...
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