This repository provides cross-distribution flatpak packages of nuvola.name 4.x Rolling Releases.

nuvola.name 4.x Rolling Releases are currently available only to users with the Premium or Patron account.

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Install Flatpak

Flatpak is a cross-distribution framework for distribution and running of sandboxed applications.

Flatpak is not available in the Ubuntu 16.04 repository but there is the Flatpak PPA on Launchpad.

  1. Launch a Linux terminal emulator.
  2. Type sudo add-apt-repository ppa:alexlarsson/flatpak and press the Enter key to add the Flatpak repository.
  3. Then type sudo apt-get update and press the Enter key to refresh a package cache.
  4. Finally, type sudo apt-get install flatpak and press the Enter key to install Flatpak.
  5. Then restart your computer to add Flatpak paths alongside the system ones. Otherwise, you may see strange errors. Unfortunately, just logging out and logging in is not enough.

Install Desktop Portal service

XDG Desktop Portal provides nuvola.name with desktop integration. It is not available in the Ubuntu 16.04 repository but it is included the Flatpak PPA on Launchpad.

  • Make sure you have added the Flatpak PPA (see above).
  • Launch a Linux terminal emulator.
  • Type sudo apt-get install xdg-desktop-portal-gtk and press the Enter key to install the portal.

Purge Old Nuvola Installations

If you used Nuvola in the past, it is necessary to purge the old installation. Otherwise, compatibility issues may occur. Run following commands in a terminal:

sudo apt-get remove nuvolaplayer*
rm -rf ~/.cache/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.local/share/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.config/nuvolaplayer3
rm -f ~/.local/share/applications/nuvolaplayer3*

Install nuvola.name Runtime

Run flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref in a terminal (without sudo) and answer y when you are asked Configure this as new remote 'gnome' [y/n] and y again when you are asked Found in remote gnome, do you want to install it? [y/n].

$ flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref
This application depends on runtimes from:
  http://sdk.gnome.org/repo/
Configure this as new remote 'gnome' [y/n]: y
Installing: eu.tiliado.Nuvola/x86_64/stable
Required runtime for eu.tiliado.Nuvola/x86_64/stable (org.gnome.Platform/x86_64/3.22) is not installed, searching...
Found in remote gnome, do you want to install it? [y/n]: y
Installing: org.gnome.Platform/x86_64/3.22 from gnome

Launch nuvola.name

  • You should be able to find nuvola.name in a list of installed applications. If not, you may have forgotten to log out and log in and Unity has not find out yet that a new application has been installed.
  • Alternatively,you can launch nuvola.name from a terminal:
    flatpak run nuvola.uid

Prerequisites

Make sure nuvola.name runtime is installed.

Install app.name

  • Run flatpak install --from rootapp.uid.flatpakref in a terminal (without sudo).
  • Then log out and log in to let Unity find out that a new application has been installed. Otherwise, you may see "Unknown Application Name" in the menu bar and other funny bugs.

Launch app.name

  • You should be able to find app.name in a list of installed applications. If not, you may have forgotten to log out and log in and Unity has not find out yet that a new application has been installed.
  • Alternatively, you can launch app.name from a terminal:
    flatpak run app.uid

Install Flatpak

Flatpak is a cross-distribution framework for distribution and running of sandboxed applications.

Although Flatpak is available in the Ubuntu 16.10 repository, that package is rather ancient. Luckily, there is the Flatpak PPA on Launchpad.

  1. Launch a Linux terminal emulator.
  2. Type sudo add-apt-repository ppa:alexlarsson/flatpak and press the Enter key to add the Flatpak repository.
  3. Then type sudo apt-get update and press the Enter key to refresh a package cache.
  4. Finally, type sudo apt-get install flatpak and press the Enter key to install Flatpak.
  5. Then restart your computer to add Flatpak paths alongside the system ones. Otherwise, you may see strange errors. Unfortunately, just logging out and logging in is not enough.

Install Desktop Portal service

XDG Desktop Portal provides nuvola.name with desktop integration. A more up-to-date version is included the Flatpak PPA on Launchpad.

  • Launch a Linux terminal emulator.
  • Type sudo apt-get install xdg-desktop-portal-gtk and press the Enter key to install the portal.

Purge Old Nuvola Installations

If you used Nuvola in the past, it is necessary to purge the old installation. Otherwise, compatibility issues may occur. Run following commands in a terminal:

sudo apt-get remove nuvolaplayer*
rm -rf ~/.cache/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.local/share/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.config/nuvolaplayer3
rm -f ~/.local/share/applications/nuvolaplayer3*

Install nuvola.name Runtime

Run flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref in a terminal (without sudo) and answer y when you are asked Configure this as new remote 'gnome' [y/n] and y again when you are asked Found in remote gnome, do you want to install it? [y/n].

$ flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref
This application depends on runtimes from:
  http://sdk.gnome.org/repo/
Configure this as new remote 'gnome' [y/n]: y
Installing: eu.tiliado.Nuvola/x86_64/stable
Required runtime for eu.tiliado.Nuvola/x86_64/stable (org.gnome.Platform/x86_64/3.22) is not installed, searching...
Found in remote gnome, do you want to install it? [y/n]: y
Installing: org.gnome.Platform/x86_64/3.22 from gnome

Launch nuvola.name

You should be able to find nuvola.name in a list of installed applications. Alternatively, you can launch nuvola.name from a terminal:
flatpak run nuvola.uid

Prerequisites

Make sure nuvola.name runtime is installed.

Install app.name

  • Run flatpak install --from rootapp.uid.flatpakref in a terminal (without sudo).
  • Then log out and log in to let Unity find out that a new application has been installed. Otherwise, you may see "Unknown Application Name" in the menu bar and other funny bugs.

Launch app.name

  • You should be able to find app.name in a list of installed applications. If not, you may have forgotten to log out and log in and Unity has not find out yet that a new application has been installed.
  • Alternatively, you can launch app.name from a terminal:
    flatpak run app.uid

Install Flatpak and Friends

Flatpak is a cross-distribution framework for distribution and running of sandboxed applications. XDG Desktop Portal provides nuvola.name with desktop integration. All packages are available in the Ubuntu 17.04 repository. No third-party PPA is required.

  1. Click to install Flatpak with Ubuntu Software
  2. Click to nstall XDG Desktop Portal with Ubuntu Software

Alternatively, launch a Linux terminal emulator and type sudo apt-get install flatpak xdg-desktop-portal-gtk and press the Enter key to install these packages.

Restart your computer

It is necessary to restart your computer to add Flatpak paths alongside the system ones and to activate the Ubuntu Software Flatpak Plugin. Otherwise, you may see strange errors. Unfortunately, just logging out and logging in is not enough.

Purge Old Nuvola Installations

If you used Nuvola in the past, it is necessary to purge the old installation. Otherwise, compatibility issues may occur. Run following commands in a terminal:

sudo apt-get remove nuvolaplayer*
rm -rf ~/.cache/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.local/share/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.config/nuvolaplayer3
rm -f ~/.local/share/applications/nuvolaplayer3*

Install nuvola.name Runtime

Run flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref in a terminal (without sudo) and answer y when you are asked Configure this as new remote 'gnome' [y/n] and y again when you are asked Found in remote gnome, do you want to install it? [y/n].

$ flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref
This application depends on runtimes from:
  http://sdk.gnome.org/repo/
Configure this as new remote 'gnome' [y/n]: y
Installing: eu.tiliado.Nuvola/x86_64/stable
Required runtime for eu.tiliado.Nuvola/x86_64/stable (org.gnome.Platform/x86_64/3.22) is not installed, searching...
Found in remote gnome, do you want to install it? [y/n]: y
Installing: org.gnome.Platform/x86_64/3.22 from gnome

Launch nuvola.name

You should be able to find nuvola.name in a list of installed applications. Alternatively, you can launch nuvola.name from a terminal:
flatpak run nuvola.uid

Prerequisites

Make sure nuvola.name runtime is installed.

Install app.name

  • Run sudo flatpak install --from rootapp.uid.flatpakref in a terminal (without sudo).
  • Then log out and log in to let Unity find out that a new application has been installed. Otherwise, you may see "Unknown Application Name" in the menu bar and other funny bugs.

Launch app.name

  • You should be able to find app.name in a list of installed applications. If not, you may have forgotten to log out and log in and Unity has not find out yet that a new application has been installed.
  • Alternatively, you can launch app.name from a terminal:
    flatpak run app.uid

Install Flatpak

Flatpak is a cross-distribution framework for distribution and running of sandboxed applications.

Flatpak is not available in the elementaryOS 0.4 Loki repository but there is the Flatpak PPA on Launchpad.

  1. Launch a Linux terminal emulator.
  2. Type sudo apt install software-properties-common --no-install-recommends and press the Enter key to install repository management tools.
  3. Type sudo add-apt-repository ppa:alexlarsson/flatpak and press the Enter key to add the Flatpak repository.
  4. Then type sudo apt update and press the Enter key to refresh a package cache.
  5. Finally, type sudo apt install flatpak and press the Enter key to install Flatpak.
  6. Then restart your computer to add Flatpak paths alongside the system ones. Otherwise, you may see strange errors. Unfortunately, just logging out and logging in is not enough.

Install Desktop Portal service

XDG Desktop Portal provides nuvola.name with desktop integration. It is not available in the elementaryOS 0.4 Loki repository but it is included the Flatpak PPA on Launchpad.

  • Make sure you have added the Flatpak PPA (see above).
  • Launch a Linux terminal emulator.
  • Type sudo apt-get install xdg-desktop-portal-gtk and press the Enter key to install the portal.

Purge Old Nuvola Installations

If you used Nuvola in the past, it is necessary to purge the old installation. Otherwise, compatibility issues may occur. Run following commands in a terminal:

sudo apt-get remove nuvolaplayer*
rm -rf ~/.cache/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.local/share/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.config/nuvolaplayer3
rm -f ~/.local/share/applications/nuvolaplayer3*

Install nuvola.name Runtime

Run flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref in a terminal (without sudo) and answer y when you are asked Configure this as new remote 'gnome' [y/n] and y again when you are asked Found in remote gnome, do you want to install it? [y/n].

$ flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref
This application depends on runtimes from:
  http://sdk.gnome.org/repo/
Configure this as new remote 'gnome' [y/n]: y
Installing: eu.tiliado.Nuvola/x86_64/stable
Required runtime for eu.tiliado.Nuvola/x86_64/stable (org.gnome.Platform/x86_64/3.22) is not installed, searching...
Found in remote gnome, do you want to install it? [y/n]: y
Installing: org.gnome.Platform/x86_64/3.22 from gnome

Launch nuvola.name

  • You should be able to find nuvola.name in a list of installed applications. If not, you may have forgotten to log out and log in and Pantheon has not find out yet that a new application has been installed.
  • Alternatively,you can launch nuvola.name from a terminal:
    flatpak run nuvola.uid

Prerequisites

Make sure nuvola.name runtime is installed.

Install app.name

  • Run flatpak install --from rootapp.uid.flatpakref in a terminal (without sudo).
  • Then log out and log in to let Pantheon find out that a new application has been installed. Otherwise, you may see funny bugs.

Launch app.name

  • You should be able to find app.name in a list of installed applications. If not, you may have forgotten to log out and log in and Pantheon has not find out yet that a new application has been installed.
  • Alternatively, you can launch app.name from a terminal:
    flatpak run app.uid

Install Flatpak

Flatpak is a cross-distribution framework for distribution and running of sandboxed applications.

Flatpak is available in the backports repository.

  1. Enable Debian Jessie Backports.
  2. Run apt-get -t jessie-backports install flatpak as superuser/root.
  3. Then restart your computer to add Flatpak paths alongside the system ones. Otherwise, you may see strange errors. Unfortunately, just logging out and logging in is not enough.

Install Desktop Portal service

XDG Desktop Portal provides nuvola.name with desktop integration. It is not available in the repository and cannot be build on Jessie because of dependencies, but the nuvola.name core developer has created a very basic implementation of the XDG Desktop Portal for this case. Run following commands as root/superuser:

  • wget https://dl.tiliado.eu/flatpak/legacy/xdg-desktop-portal_0.0.2_amd64.deb
  • dpkg -i xdg-desktop-portal_0.0.2_amd64.deb

Purge Old Nuvola Installations

If you used Nuvola in the past, it is necessary to purge the old installation. Otherwise, compatibility issues may occur. Run following commands in terminal:

sudo apt-get remove nuvolaplayer*
rm -rf ~/.cache/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.local/share/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.config/nuvolaplayer3
rm -f ~/.local/share/applications/nuvolaplayer3*

Install nuvola.name Runtime

Run flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref (as a regular user without sudo/root rights).

Launch nuvola.name

You should be able to find nuvola.name in a list of installed applications. Alternatively, you can launch nuvola.name from terminal:
flatpak run nuvola.uid

Prerequisites

Make sure nuvola.name runtime is installed.

Install app.name

  • Run flatpak install --from rootapp.uid.flatpakref (as a regular user without sudo/root rights).
  • Then, it may be necessary to log out and log in again for your desktop environment to find out that a new application have been installed.

Launch app.name

  • You should be able to find app.name in a list of installed applications. If not, try logging out and logging in to let your desktop environment find out that a new application has been installed.
  • Alternatively, you can launch app.name from terminal:
    flatpak run app.uid

Install Flatpak

Flatpak is a cross-distribution framework for distribution and running of sandboxed applications. It is available in the repository.

  • Run apt-get install flatpak as root/sudo.
  • Then restart your computer to add Flatpak paths alongside the system ones. Otherwise, you may see strange errors. Unfortunately, just logging out and logging in is not enough.

Install Desktop Portal service

XDG Desktop Portal provides nuvola.name with desktop integration. It is available in the repository.

Run apt-get install xdg-desktop-portal-gtk as root/sudo.

Purge Old Nuvola Installations

If you used Nuvola in the past, it is necessary to purge the old installation. Otherwise, compatibility issues may occur. Run following commands in terminal:

sudo apt-get remove nuvolaplayer*
rm -rf ~/.cache/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.local/share/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.config/nuvolaplayer3
rm -f ~/.local/share/applications/nuvolaplayer3*

Install nuvola.name Runtime

Run flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref (as a regular user without sudo/root rights).

Launch nuvola.name

You should be able to find nuvola.name in a list of installed applications. Alternatively, you can launch nuvola.name from terminal:

flatpak run nuvola.uid

Prerequisites

Make sure nuvola.name runtime is installed.

Install app.name

  • Run flatpak install --from rootapp.uid.flatpakref (as a regular user without sudo/root rights).
  • Then, it may be necessary to log out and log in again for your desktop environment to find out that a new application have been installed.

Launch app.name

  • You should be able to find app.name in a list of installed applications. If not, try logging out and logging in to let your desktop environment find out that a new application has been installed.
  • Alternatively, you can launch app.name from terminal:
    flatpak run app.uid

Install Flatpak

Flatpak is a cross-distribution framework for distribution and running of sandboxed applications. It is available in the repository.

  • Run apt-get install flatpak as root/sudo.
  • Then restart your computer to add Flatpak paths alongside the system ones. Otherwise, you may see strange errors. Unfortunately, just logging out and logging in is not enough.

Install Desktop Portal service

XDG Desktop Portal provides nuvola.name with desktop integration. It is available in the repository.

Run apt-get install xdg-desktop-portal-gtk as root/sudo.

Purge Old Nuvola Installation

If you used Nuvola in the past, it is necessary to purge the old installation. Otherwise, compatibility issues may occur. Run following commands in terminal:

sudo apt-get remove nuvolaplayer*
rm -rf ~/.cache/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.local/share/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.config/nuvolaplayer3
rm -f ~/.local/share/applications/nuvolaplayer3*

Install nuvola.name Runtime

Run flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref (as a regular user without sudo/root rights).

Launch nuvola.name

You should be able to find nuvola.name in a list of installed applications. Alternatively, you can launch nuvola.name from terminal:

flatpak run nuvola.uid

Prerequisites

Make sure nuvola.name runtime is installed.

Install app.name

  • Run flatpak install --from rootapp.uid.flatpakref (as a regular user without sudo/root rights).
  • Then, it may be necessary to log out and log in again for your desktop environment to find out that a new application have been installed.

Launch app.name

  • You should be able to find app.name in a list of installed applications. If not, try logging out and logging in to let your desktop environment find out that a new application has been installed.
  • Alternatively, you can launch app.name from terminal:
    flatpak run app.uid

Install Flatpak

Flatpak is a cross-distribution framework for distribution and running of sandboxed applications. It is available in the repository.

  • Run apt-get install flatpak as root/sudo.
  • Then restart your computer to add Flatpak paths alongside the system ones. Otherwise, you may see strange errors. Unfortunately, just logging out and logging in is not enough.

Install Desktop Portal service

XDG Desktop Portal provides nuvola.name with desktop integration. It is available in the repository.

Run apt-get install xdg-desktop-portal-gtk as root/sudo.

Purge Old Nuvola Installation

If you used Nuvola in the past, it is necessary to purge the old installation. Otherwise, compatibility issues may occur. Run following commands in terminal:

sudo apt-get remove nuvolaplayer*
rm -rf ~/.cache/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.local/share/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.config/nuvolaplayer3
rm -f ~/.local/share/applications/nuvolaplayer3*

Install nuvola.name Runtime

Run flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref (as a regular user without sudo/root rights).

Launch nuvola.name

You should be able to find nuvola.name in a list of installed applications. Alternatively, you can launch nuvola.name from terminal:

flatpak run nuvola.uid

Prerequisites

Make sure nuvola.name runtime is installed.

Install app.name

  • Run flatpak install --from rootapp.uid.flatpakref (as a regular user without sudo/root rights).
  • Then, it may be necessary to log out and log in again for your desktop environment to find out that a new application have been installed.

Launch app.name

  • You should be able to find app.name in a list of installed applications. If not, try logging out and logging in to let your desktop environment find out that a new application has been installed.
  • Alternatively, you can launch app.name from terminal:
    flatpak run app.uid

Install Flatpak

Flatpak is a cross-distribution framework for distribution and running of sandboxed applications. It is available in the repository since Fedora 24.

  • Run dnf install flatpak as root/sudo.
  • Then restart your computer to add Flatpak paths alongside the system ones. Otherwise, you may see strange errors. Unfortunately, just logging out and logging in is not enough.

Install Desktop Portal service

XDG Desktop Portal provides nuvola.name with desktop integration. It is available in the repository.

Run dnf install xdg-desktop-portal-gtk xdg-desktop-portal as root/sudo.

Purge Old Nuvola Installations

If you used Nuvola in the past, it is necessary to purge the old installation. Otherwise, compatibility issues may occur. Run following commands in terminal:

sudo dnf remove nuvolaplayer*
rm -rf ~/.cache/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.local/share/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.config/nuvolaplayer3
rm -f ~/.local/share/applications/nuvolaplayer3*

Install nuvola.name Runtime

Run flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref (as regular user without root/sudo rights).

Launch nuvola.name

You should be able to find nuvola.name in a list of installed applications. Alternatively, you can launch nuvola.name from terminal:

flatpak run nuvola.uid

Prerequisites

Make sure nuvola.name runtime is installed.

Install app.name

Run flatpak install --from rootapp.uid.flatpakref (as regular user without root/sudo rights).

Launch app.name

  • You should be able to find app.name in a list of installed applications. If not, try logging out and logging in to let your desktop environment find out that a new application has been installed.
  • Alternatively, you can launch app.name from terminal:
    flatpak run app.uid

Install Flatpak

Flatpak is a cross-distribution framework for distribution and running of sandboxed applications. It is available in the repository since Fedora 24.

  • Run dnf install flatpak as root/sudo.
  • Then restart your computer to add Flatpak paths alongside the system ones. Otherwise, you may see strange errors. Unfortunately, just logging out and logging in is not enough.

Install Desktop Portal service

XDG Desktop Portal provides nuvola.name with desktop integration. It is available in the repository.

Run dnf install xdg-desktop-portal-gtk xdg-desktop-portal as root/sudo.

Purge Old Nuvola Installations

If you used Nuvola in the past, it is necessary to purge the old installation. Otherwise, compatibility issues may occur. Run following commands in terminal:

sudo dnf remove nuvolaplayer*
rm -rf ~/.cache/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.local/share/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.config/nuvolaplayer3
rm -f ~/.local/share/applications/nuvolaplayer3*

Install nuvola.name Runtime

Run flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref (as regular user without root/sudo rights).

Launch nuvola.name

You should be able to find nuvola.name in a list of installed applications. Alternatively, you can launch nuvola.name from terminal:

flatpak run nuvola.uid

Prerequisites

Make sure nuvola.name runtime is installed.

Install app.name

Run flatpak install --from rootapp.uid.flatpakref (as regular user without root/sudo rights).

Launch app.name

  • You should be able to find app.name in a list of installed applications. If not, try logging out and logging in to let your desktop environment find out that a new application has been installed.
  • Alternatively, you can launch app.name from terminal:
    flatpak run app.uid

Install Flatpak

Flatpak is a cross-distribution framework for distribution and running of sandboxed applications. It is available in the repository since Fedora 24.

  • Run dnf install flatpak as root/sudo.
  • Then restart your computer to add Flatpak paths alongside the system ones. Otherwise, you may see strange errors. Unfortunately, just logging out and logging in is not enough.

Install Desktop Portal service

XDG Desktop Portal provides nuvola.name with desktop integration. It is available in the repository.

Run dnf install xdg-desktop-portal-gtk xdg-desktop-portal as root/sudo.

Purge Old Nuvola Installations

If you used Nuvola in the past, it is necessary to purge the old installation. Otherwise, compatibility issues may occur. Run following commands in terminal:

sudo dnf remove nuvolaplayer*
rm -rf ~/.cache/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.local/share/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.config/nuvolaplayer3
rm -f ~/.local/share/applications/nuvolaplayer3*

Install nuvola.name Runtime

Run flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref (as regular user without root/sudo rights).

Launch nuvola.name

You should be able to find nuvola.name in a list of installed applications. Alternatively, you can launch nuvola.name from terminal:

flatpak run nuvola.uid

Prerequisites

Make sure nuvola.name runtime is installed.

Install app.name

Run flatpak install --from rootapp.uid.flatpakref (as regular user without root/sudo rights).

Launch app.name

  • You should be able to find app.name in a list of installed applications. If not, try logging out and logging in to let your desktop environment find out that a new application has been installed.
  • Alternatively, you can launch app.name from terminal:
    flatpak run app.uid

Install Flatpak

Flatpak is a cross-distribution framework for distribution and running of sandboxed applications. It is available in the Arch Linux Extra repository.

  • Run pacman -Sy flatpak as root/sudo.
  • Then restart your computer to add Flatpak paths alongside the system ones. Otherwise, you may see strange errors. Unfortunately, just logging out and logging in is not enough.

Install Desktop Portal service

XDG Desktop Portal provides nuvola.name with desktop integration. It is available in the Arch Linux Extra repository.

Run pacman -Sy xdg-desktop-portal-gtk as root/sudo.

Purge Old Nuvola Installations

If you used Nuvola in the past, it is necessary to purge the old installation. Otherwise, compatibility issues may occur. First, uninstall any Nuvola packages from AUR, then run following commands in terminal:

rm -rf ~/.cache/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.local/share/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.config/nuvolaplayer3
rm -f ~/.local/share/applications/nuvolaplayer3*

Install nuvola.name Runtime

Run flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref (as regular user without root/sudo rights).

Launch nuvola.name

You should be able to find nuvola.name in a list of installed applications. Alternatively, you can launch nuvola.name from terminal:

flatpak run nuvola.uid

Prerequisites

Make sure nuvola.name runtime is installed.

Install app.name

Run flatpak install --from rootapp.uid.flatpakref (as regular user without root/sudo rights).

Launch app.name

  • You should be able to find app.name in a list of installed applications. If not, try logging out and logging in to let your desktop environment find out that a new application has been installed.
  • Alternatively, you can launch app.name from terminal:
    flatpak run app.uid

Install Flatpak

  • Flatpak is a cross-distribution framework for distribution and running of sandboxed applications. Follow official installation instructions.
  • Then restart your computer to add Flatpak paths alongside the system ones. Otherwise, you may see strange errors. Unfortunately, just logging out and logging in is not enough.

Install Desktop Portal service

XDG Desktop Portal provides nuvola.name with desktop integration. Follow official installation instructions.

Purge Old Nuvola Installations

If you used Nuvola in the past, it is necessary to purge the old installation. Otherwise, compatibility issues may occur. First, uninstall any Nuvola packages, then run following commands in terminal:

rm -rf ~/.cache/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.local/share/nuvolaplayer3
rm -rf ~/.config/nuvolaplayer3
rm -f ~/.local/share/applications/nuvolaplayer3*

Install nuvola.name Runtime

Run flatpak install --from rootnuvola.uid.flatpakref (as regular user without root/sudo rights).

Launch nuvola.name

You should be able to find nuvola.name in a list of installed applications. Alternatively, you can launch nuvola.name from terminal:
flatpak run nuvola.uid

Prerequisites

Make sure nuvola.name runtime is installed.

Install app.name

Run flatpak install --from rootapp.uid.flatpakref (as regular user without root/sudo rights).

Launch app.name

  • You should be able to find app.name in a list of installed applications. If not, try logging out and logging in to let your desktop environment find out that a new application has been installed.
  • Alternatively, you can launch app.name from terminal:
    flatpak run app.uid