Disclaimer: The Linux version of the Timeular App is still an early Beta version.  Please report any issue that you might encounter via our in-app support or to [email protected] 


To make the Timeular app easy to install on as many Linux distributions as possible, we choose to use the "AppImage" format.

To run the Timeular app on your Linux system you need to perform 2 steps:

  1. Make the AppImage executable:
  2. Start the Timeular Application

Making the  AppImage executable:

  • In your terminal, navigate to the folder where the "Timeular.AppImage" is located.
  • Run: $ chmod a+x Timeular*.AppImage 

Starting the application:

Simply open the folder where the Timeular.AppImage is located in your filebrowser and double-click  it.

Troubleshooting:

If you run into any troubles when starting or using the Timeular app, start it via the Terminal and you'll get some helpful debugging-output:

  • In your terminal, navigate to the folder where the "Timeular.AppImage" is located.
  • Start the App: $ ./Timeular*.AppImage 

Known issue: On older Ubuntu versions,  libstdc++6  needs to be installed manually.

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