What do I have to do to install Bootstrap Studio on my Manjaro-Linux System?

I downloaded the 64-bit Version for any linux distribution here, but I dont know what to do.

There is a package in AUR, but it is deprecated. You can find it here.


You can download the .tar.gz of their website, here.

Would look like this:

wget "https://bootstrapstudio.io/releases/desktop/4/Bootstrap%20Studio%204%20(64bit).tar.gz"
tar -xzvf 'Bootstrap Studio 4 (64bit).tar.gz'

If you want to see it works, just run: ./Bootstrap\ Studio/Bootstrap\ Studio

Best thing to do is move this directory to /opt and make a symbolic link towards /usr/bin of 'Bootstrap Studio'

sudo cp -r ./Bootstrap\ Studio /opt/Bootstrap\ Studio
sudo ln -s /opt/Bootstrap\ Studio/Bootstrap\ Studio /usr/bin/bootstrapstudio

Not sure how you set this up to function as a desktop application.. but I am sure you can figure that out.

  • Thanks to your tutorial and this guide it was very easy to get it running! Thank you! – andreas Jan 11 at 10:42
  • @Andi glad it worked out. – rowan Jan 11 at 11:11

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