The Shutter Screenshot Tool is the first step after migrating to Github, releasing version 0.95 a few days ago and returning to the Ubuntu Universe repository.
Shutter is one of the most popular Linux screenshot applications with editing capabilities. Since Ubuntu has removed the old Gnome2 library from the main repository, Shutter has also been removed from the Ubuntu repository.
Shutter 0.95 Change log:
- Removed dependencies on the old PerlGnome2 library almost completely
- Update the translation.
- Removed dependencies: Arch: gnome-perl, gnome-vfs-perl; Debian: libgnome2-perl, libgnome2-vfs-perl
- New dependency:
- Arch: perl-number-bytes-human, perl-glib-object-introspection
- Debian: libnumber-bytes-human-perl, libglib-object-introspection-perl
How to install shutters on Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 20.10:
The missing dependency with the shutter package Reliable third party PPA
1. Use the Ctrl + Alt + T keyboard shortcuts or open a terminal from the application launcher. Once open, run the command to add the PPA.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:linuxuprising/shutter
Enter your user password when prompted (no asterisk feedback for security reasons) and press Enter to continue.
2. Next, use Synaptic Package Manager or run a command in the terminal to install Shutter.
sudo apt install shutter
Once installed, launch it from the gnome software menu and enjoy!
To release the shutter, open a terminal and execute the command.
sudo apt remove --auto-remove shutter
And[ソフトウェアとアップデート]->[その他のソフトウェア]Remove the PPA from.