On Mon, Jun 12, 2017 at 03:18:56PM -0600, Dpto Catastro Topografia MuniSantaCruz wrote:
> Hello, I have used this software and it has been very useful to me, I am a
> surveyor engineer and free software user. A year ago in the world linux
> have agreed to generate universal packages self-contained with everything
> they need to install on any linux distribution. Simon Peter's appimage, the
> advantage of these packages is that they use everything in the same package
> to work, libraries and so on. Hence they can be installed in any linux
> It would be great to see the PSPP in appimage , and avoid using the
> terminal for new users. I somehow defend myself with the terminal but
> sometimes it is still somewhat annoying and tedious. I leave you the links
> of these new packaging technologies, so that you can analyze them and may
> in the not too distant future offer some of these simple packages. In fact
> I prefer appimage, I downloaded several of these applications with this
> type of package and is simple to use and distribute.
> Appimage has its own charm and does not use the terminal but right click on
> the icon, properties and run as application and go.
> Thank you
How do I produce an appimage? Debian doesn't seem to have any tools
related to this format.
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