[Beowulf] flatpack

Jonathan Engwall engwalljonathanthereal at gmail.com
Tue Jul 23 09:17:26 PDT 2019

/var/lib/flatpack->somewhere safer 
More about flatpacks: https://flatkill.org

On July 23, 2019, at 1:08 AM, INKozin <i.n.kozin at googlemail.com> wrote:

Hi Jonathan,

Thanks, good to know.

I have tried running Krita on Centos recently but run into glibc issue using Appimage. Might as well try flatpack which seems to be available.


On Mon, 22 Jul 2019, 03:31 Jonathan Engwall, <engwalljonathanthereal at gmail.com> wrote:

Hello Beowulf,

Some distros will be glad to know Flatpack will load your software center with working downloads. First visit the website: https://flatpak.org/setup/ , choose your distro, then enable it for your installation.

After that, your software center, this is for GNOME, will then quadruple, at least, in size if your has been lacking. Ubuntu, for instance, has always been loaded.

This works for CentOS, Fedora, also therefore RedHat which I have never used. Rasbian and several others are on the page.


In the screenshot attached below you can see I now have Godot Engine. You can see Visual Scripting of a simple 2d ui_left, right type game. It looks tedious, but it is so easy to redesign.

Of course I had a problem, no CallNode. Probably because I enabled 3d features. So I tried one around then another. I was dragging nodes, piping physics, I ran the normalized vector through the update. I stuffed it all into Return, many various things.

I nearly got through it too. At one point a clear error: Size was (1). But LoL I didn't watch the demos so I didn't know how I did that either.

Jonathan Engwall

 Screenshot from 2019-07-20 18-32-30.png

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