Norka is a simple, easy-to-use and free open source text editor for Linux. Designed specifically for Elementary OS and GNOME, but can be installed on other Linux distributions. It is still in its infancy and is based on PyGObject, Python3 and GTK+3. It is released under the open source MIT license. It comes with custom key shortcuts, spell checking, auto save, auto indent, and tab width customization options. It comes with over 10 built-in themes for changing the look and feel.
Install Norka Text Editor on Ubuntu
You can install Norka Text Editor via Ubuntu Flat Pack. First, you need to install the Flat Pack and Flat Hub on your system. Follow the links below for Flat Pack tutorials. If your system already has a Flat Pack, skip this step and install the Norka Text Editor directly from the following command.
how to install flatpak on ubuntu
After installing flatpak, restart your system. Then run this Norka flatpak install command in a terminal.
flatpak install flathub com.github.tenderowl.norka
You can then launch the Norka Text Editor on ubuntu using the following command in the terminal.
flatpak run com.github.tenderowl.norka
that’s all. Norka is a simple text editor, still in its infancy.
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