PortableLinuxApps are apps that run on most 32-bit Linux-based operating systems, such as Ubuntu, Fedora, debian and derivatives. They are
bundled into self-containing files: 1 app = 1 file. To use them, just download, chmod a+x, and run. AppImageKit lets you bundle apps
dependencies other than the base OS image.
- PortableLinuxApps downloads (32-bit) - Linux apps that run on most 32-bit
Linux-based operating systems (see the forum for 64-bit)
- PortableLinuxGames downloads - Linux games bundled with the same technology
(external link, not operated by the PortableLinuxApps project)
- AppImageKit documentation - read this in order to understand which problem we
are trying to solve and how this works
- Forum - go here for help and join if you'd like to contribute
- YouTube video - watch to see how to create AppImages yourself
- AppDirAssistant - use this to create AppDirs
from deb/rpm packages or from "make install"
- AppImageAssistant - use this to create
AppImages from AppDirs
- AppImageKit source on GitHub - use this if you 'd like to improve the code or build 64-bit versions;
please announce improvements on the forum
Please let us know in the forum if you'd like to contribute to code, documentation, or a better website.
Simon Peter, 2013