Download the Linux installer.
Open a terminal and run the installer by giving the following command:
~/Downloads is the directory you saved the installer into. The
VisionAppster platform will be installed to your home directory (user
scope) by default.
The VisionAppster platform for Linux is distributed as a Flatpak to cover as many Linux distributions as possible. The installer will inspect your system and try to install a recent enough Flatpak if needed. We haven’t tested all Linux distributions. If the installer fails, please check the official Flatpak site for distro-specific installation instructions.
va-install script is used as a maintenance tool. You may want to
make it available globally to ease future maintenance tasks. In the
terminal, give the following commands:
chmod +x ~/Downloads/va-install sudo cp ~/Downloads/va-install /usr/bin
Once this is done, you can update your local or system-level
installation by just entering
on the command line. Type
va-install --help for usage instructions.
The installer will add desktop entries that will appear somewhere in your start menu/launcher depending on your desktop environment. There is a known caching issue in some KDE versions that prevents you from seeing the new entries unless you log out and in again. You can however always start the Builder from the command line:
# User-scope installation, if ~/bin or ~/.local/bin is in PATH va-builder # Otherwise flatpak run com.visionappster.Builder
To start and stop the Engine systemd service:
# User scope installation systemctl start --user va-engine systemctl stop --user va-engine # System scope installation sudo systemctl start va-engine sudo systemctl stop va-engine