Verbose Guacamole currently requires you to have Git installed to use the version control features.
The good news is, most Linux distros have Git installed by default, so you can probably skip this step. To make sure, run
git --version, which should output your current version of Git.
If Git is not installed, run
sudo apt install git to install it.
First, find the most recent version on the Github Releases page. Don't pick a version that's title includes "Beta" or "RC", those are preview releases and not intended for normal use.
Open the accordion labelled "Assets" at the bottom of the release. Download the file that ends in ".deb".
You should be able to open the file normally, and it will load in the Ubuntu Software program. From there, click "Install".
To upgrade your version, follow the exact same steps and the new version will replace your old version. Make sure to close any running windows from Verbose Guacamole first!
Alternatively, you can run a portable version of VerbGuac via a
.zip file. Download the release file that ends with
.zip and includes the term
linux in it.
Unzip the file. In the resulting folder, there should be a file named
verbose-guacamole. Run this file to run the program.
Please note, this version of VerbGuac is not as rigorously tested as the others, so be cautious using it.
In the Future
We are planning to create a PPA to ease installation and upgrading of VerbGuac on Ubuntu systems.
We are also considering allowing distribution via snap and flatpak to improve cross-distro support.
These instructions are for installing on Ubuntu.Get instructions for a different operating system.