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This looks a neat programme for managing cryptocurrency on Linux

I've been using Ubuntu for 3 or 4 years, used the terminal parrot fashion for various functions and installs, but have v. little knowledge.

Does anyone think this would run on Ubuntu and if so, how could I install it?

Or is there a better solution?

Thanks

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Exodus co-founder here... You can place the folder wherever you like. We recommend just dropping it in your home directory. You can then run Exodus by just double-clicking on the Exodus program or by running it directly from the terminal: ./Exodus.

Long-term, we'll probably offer a .deb so that it can easily be installed in the proper location. Also, note that it'll only run on 64-bit Linux.

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  • Thanks you so much for your replies, sounds straightforward. Looking forward to it. Andrew – Andrew M May 7 '17 at 21:18
  • I put the folder in the home directory and the exodus program icon doesn't work. – Dale Nov 16 '17 at 0:27
  • Any time frame for that .deb? A ppa would also be great. – guttermonk May 26 '18 at 13:48
  • No ETA yet - but the topic does come up during our development meetings. It just came up a few days ago. The general plan is to nail down the UX and ship in-app opt-in auto-updates first, then we'll revisit this. A lot of our employees are Linux users so there is strong internal championing of Linux packaging. – JP Richardson May 27 '18 at 15:32
  • Firstly, thanks for such a solid wallet! I have a bash script that I use to install everything on my Ubuntu dev machine (regularly cycled), so was wondering whether you guys have a terminal command to grab the latest build rather than downloading it each time? Thanks a lot for your great work :) Rob – Rob Hendricks Sep 10 '20 at 11:24
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This'll cover you for install (and update if you Cron as discussed above)... Wanted to add this as a reply to @JP Richards, but I'm not with enough reps yet (help a brother out, guys) :)

https://github.com/robotard/ExodusUpdater/

Grab the exodus.sh file, and 'sudo ./exodus.sh'...

It will always check if you have the latest or any version installed, and download and install the most recent .deb :)

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