Beaker is a free, open source, experimental peer-to-peer web browser for Linux, macOS and Windows. Released under the MIT license. Transfers files and websites using the Dat peer-to-peer protocol. dat: // Seeds or re-uploads the file when you visit the website. The beaker also has a seed menu option in the address bar. A beaker trying to create a hostless web application. You can create and share websites from your beaker browser with one click without a server. You can also edit and view the source code. Not only dat but also all popular web protocols such as http: // and https: // are supported.
Install the beaker browser on Ubuntu.
This experimental peer-to-peer browser is now available on ubuntu via the portable AppImage package and snaps.
Go to the beaker browser download page above and download the latest beaker browser in .AppImage file format. Save the file to your download folder. Open the Terminal Console App (Ctrl + Alt + T) and run this command.
Then run this command to make the downloaded file executable. Here the file name is “Beaker.Browser-0.8.10.AppImage“You can change the following commands based on the file name.
sudo chmod +x ~ Beaker.Browser-0.8.10.AppImage
Enter your ubuntu password.
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Then run this command to start it.
Install the beaker browser via snap.
You can install Beaker Browser snap with the following command in the terminal.
sudo snap install beaker-browser
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