AppImage repository

The home of 246 high-quality apps which can be easily installed on any modern Linux distribution.

Apprepo is a non-profit volunteer project.
Although every effort is made to ensure that everything in the repository is safe to install, you use it AT YOUR OWN RISK

About the Project

Currently this is a non-profit volunteer one-person open-source project.

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flash_on Short term Goals

check User friendly Repository for the AppImages

hourglass_empty Up to date versions of the Software

check Command line tool to manage AppImages

hourglass_empty Graphical tool to manage AppImages

access_time Long term Goals

hourglass_empty Distro-agnostic application management

hourglass_empty Simplify application distribution process

check Separate the System from the Applications

check Keep all installed applications after reinstall

check Easy backups of the installed applications


Trade-offs

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Current setup works only with the up-to date systems (GLIBC >= 2.31).
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Provided AppImages need more space than the versions provided by the distro


How does it work

Wherever possible the vendor-pre-build binary will be taken.

In case the vendor does not provide an AppImage, the AppImage will be created using provided pre-build binaries.

It was tested and works with:
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openSUSE Tumbleweed
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Ubuntu 20.04
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KaOS
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Probably any other distro with GLIBC >= 2.31
It does not works with:
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Any Linux-system with GLIBC < 2.31
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CentOS 6 (GLIBC < 2.31)
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CentOS 7 (GLIBC < 2.31)
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CentOS 8 (GLIBC < 2.31)
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Deepin Linux (GLIBC < 2.31)