Hi, I used the recommend install via command line:
wget -O -
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/laurent22/joplin/dev/Joplin_install_and_update.sh | bash
And it successfully installed.
However, I cannot find the Joplin app via the normal applications viewer. And when I type "Joplin" in the command line, it gives me:
Command 'joplin' not found, but can be installed with:
sudo snap install joplin
This is for version 2.9.17. The snap store version is 2.3, which is outdated, so I chose to do it this way.
I do not believe this to be a bug, but rather 'user error' as a beginner linux user.
Any help greatly appreciated.
There is a desktop application version of Joplin and a command line version of Joplin. The script that you ran above installs the desktop application version of Joplin, it is not run by invoking the
joplin command, instead you should use your OS's default application launcher
Thanks for the reply. It does not seem to show up via the application launcher when doing the quick find.
I dont know where to find it otherwise. Ideas?
The script downloads an AppImage and in most cases creates the shortcut as well. Some distros require the user to log out and back in again before the link to the AppImage is recognised.
The install script installs the AppImage to:
22 January 2023 15:19
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