Install Termius without snap on Linux
Hello, currently I can only install termius as snap package. Can you please create packages for debian or Linux without snap?
For example, I have Manjaro Linux (Arch linux based) which don't have snap. I have installed snapd package from repository but termius won't load fonts correctly for example and snap not works as expected.
From now on, Termius can be installed from a deb package:
All the best.
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Byron Smith commented
I love snaps in general, but the snap version on Ubuntu 19.04 doesn't seem to work well at all. It can't read anything from my ~/.ssh folder, for starters. And I can't use it to connect to my local KVM guests using the network names like "machine.local" but using an IP address does work. I can use a file dialog to import a private key (have to copy it outside of my .ssh folder though to do it) but there is no file dialog to put in a public key (OK, fine, I can use a text editor and copy/paste). But bottom line is, it's more work to use this GUI app than it is the command-line, which defeats the whole purpose of it for me. I'm sure the mobile/premium version is better, as I'm only using the free version. But at this rate, it's not even worth it for me to sign up for a trial. The user interface is kind of confusing/inconvenient, and I can't modify the addresses of any known hosts, just remove them. As a comparison, for SSH use Remmina is much easier to use and more user-friendly, so I suppose I will use that. But I really wanted to like this program. I did get it to work, and it's beautiful, but it's just too much trouble as an app to be worth it for me right now.
William Taack commented
I agree, please!
I agree. I also just tried installing Termius with snap and it doesn't seem to work well at all.. I'd much much prefer to not use it.
anyway, snap is horrible solution of installing software...
snap is working on Manjaro too (https://docs.snapcraft.io/core/install-manjaro). 🤔