Managing AppImages on Linux



AppImages are an excellent way to install applications to your system. This video shows you how to use and manage AppImages for all users on the system.
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Here are the categories:
https://specifications.freedesktop.org/menu-spec/latest/apa.html

Desktop File Contents:

[Desktop Entry]
Name=NAME ON MENU
GenericName=Generic name
Exec=EXECUTION PATH
Terminal=false
Icon=ICON PATH
Type=Application
Categories=CATEGORY FOR MENU
Comment=DESCRIPTION

My script:
sudo cp *.desktop /usr/share/applications
sudo cp *.AppImage /opt
sudo cp *appimage /opt
sudo cp *.png /opt

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