How to install * on Ubuntu and derivatives



Thunderbird and symbols fix

Thunderbird comes with Ubuntu but if you installed a minimal version you can still add it with :

sudo apt install -y thunderbird

if you are experiencing some weird-sized icons / emojis troubles, here is a simple fix :

sudo apt install -y fonts-symbola



Select your distribution and click Download. Once downloaded, if installation process doesn’t start by itself, double-click the file or sudo dpkg -i megasync-xUbuntu_18.04_amd64.deb .

If  your distribution is using Gnome desktop or at least Nautilus as a files browser, you can click on “Nautilus extension” to download this really nice plugin for Nautilus.

It allows you to right-click on a file | folder → MEGA → Upload and put it anywhere you want on your Mega drive (sorry couldn’t resist, Europeans will understand 😝)


Make sure you have gconf. sudo apt install -y libgconf-2-4

Download the application from .

Right-click on the file → properties → security | authorizations and check the options allowing this to execute like a software.

or : chmod +x molotov.AppImage

Now you can double-click it.


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