GnomeFeeds, a free open source news reader with a neat user interface, can now be installed via Ubuntu PPA for those who prefer the classic apt method.
Gnome feed Is a GTK + 3 application written in Python3. It has a simple responsive user interface based on Purism’s libhandy library. Feeds can be added via URL addresses and support the import and export of large feed collections to and from OPML.
This software has been the main repository since Ubuntu 20.10 Groovy.Uploaded the latest package to on request Unofficial PPA For Ubuntu 20.04, Linux Mint 20, and Ubuntu 20.10, Ubuntu 18.04 is excluded because libhandy requires at least GTK 3.24.
Note: It is recommended to install the official Flatpak package, PPA provides an unofficial .deb binary package to choose from.
1.) Open a terminal from the system application launcher and execute the command to add the PPA.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntuhandbook1/gfeeds
Enter the user password for the sudo prompt (without asterisk feedback) and press Enter to continue.
2.) Adding the PPA will automatically update the system package cache, but you can install the feed reader using the following command:
sudo apt install gnome-feeds
Once installed, launch it from the system application launcher and enjoy!
Uninstall Gnome Feeds:
To remove the feed reader, just run the command in your terminal.
sudo apt remove --autoremove gnome-feeds
And[その他のソフトウェア]Of tabs[ソフトウェアと更新]Use the utility to remove the PPA or run the following command:
sudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:ubuntuhandbook1/gfeeds