OpenBoard is a free open source educational software for Windows, Mac, and Linux. It can be used as an interactive whiteboard or in a dual screen setup with a pen tablet display and beamer. It is based on Open-Sankoré and is released under the GPLv3 license. You can also use the mouse to write and annotate.
Install OpenBoard on Ubuntu
OpenBoard is available as a flatpak package. You can install it from the terminal app. To do this, you must first install the Flat Pack and Flat Hub on your system. To do this, use the tutorial below. After installation, reboot the system.
How to install flatpak on Ubuntu
Open your favorite terminal application. Use ctrl + alt + t or Ubuntu[アプリケーションの表示]You can open it from the menu. Then enter the following flatpakOpenBoard installation command. The latest version of OpenBoard will be installed on your Ubuntu system.
flatpak install flathub ch.openboard.OpenBoard
Then run OpenBoard using the following command:
flatpak run ch.openboard.OpenBoard
Install OpenBoard via deb.
Binaries for Ubuntu are also available. You can download it in .deb file format from the link below and save it in your download folder.
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Then run these commands one by one in your terminal.
sudo dpkg -i openboard_ubuntu_20.04_1.6.1-a.1102_amd64.deb
sudo apt install -f
Here, “openboard_ubuntu_20.04_1.6.1-a.1102_amd64.deb” is the downloaded file name.