|# Download GitKraken|
|# copy the downloaded file into /opt directory|
|cp gitkraken-amd64.tar.gz /opt/|
|# Extract the Kraken into /opt directory|
|tar -xvzf gitkraken-amd64.tar.gz|
|# you can apply ownership for a specific user too|
|# chown -R user:group /opt/gitkraken|
|# Add gitkraken to PATH|
|echo "export PATH=\$PATH:/opt/gitkraken" >> ~/.bashrc|
|# sudo ln -s /usr/lib64/libcurl.so.4 /opt/gitkraken/libcurl-gnutls.so.4|
|sudo ln -s /usr/lib64/libcurl.so.4 /usr/lib64/libcurl-gnutls.so.4|
|# Create gitkraken launcher icon|
|# download icon here: http://img.informer.com/icons_mac/png/128/422/422255.png|
|# or here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-3KQ_ohu-RFVkJyS1Zfa2NLSVE/view|
|wget http://img.informer.com/icons_mac/png/128/422/422255.png -o gitkraken-icon.png|
|mv gitkraken-icon.png /opt/gitkraken/|
|cat > gitkraken.desktop <<EOL|
|# save it, and voilá!|
[developersailor@dhcppc8 Masaüstü]$ gitkraken
If anybody gets this error on Fedora 25 when trying to open Gitkraken:
You need to create a symlink to curl library inside the
In fedora 28.I used this.and when I input
@FrankWang1991 Just forget that part, and open it in a text editor like Nano
Paste the content with CTRL+Shift+V, ensuring that each entry is on it's own line. Remove the EOL line, and anything above [Desktop Entry]. CTRL+O > Enter/Return > CTRL+X.
It worked nice, but no more again, now ( after move SO to Fedora release 28 ? ) restart by itself again and again:
You can run this script DIRECTLY without needing to download and save it:
bash <(curl -s https://gist.githubusercontent.com/aelkz/17528d2f6a5db73185c7dfbd28e49d18/raw/9fd4cc15d022e26abd80daf30a492c7ec38e0721/%255BFEDORA%255D%2520gitkraken)
@ctrl-alt-d have any solutions to loop reboot when start gitkraken with one project? I have the same problem.
Hey guys! I work on the GitKraken team and we pushed out a release on October 12th that should resolve the crashing issue for repos that have SSH remotes.
On https://www.gitkraken.com/download, you will notice there are now 2 builds of GitKraken for Linux. You will want the
@aelkz, can we update this line to be
Edit: Actually I'm on Fedora 25
libcrypto.so.1.0.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Please use the above instructions if you are using newer OS with newer openssl lib versions. If the above still does not work and you are getting the error that @TonyArra is getting. Please try these two commands as they may symlink the libraries for GitKraken to work:
@MannyGrill's instructions worked for me on Fedora 28.
@MannyGrill I'm on RHEL 7, so maybe I'm off topic, in which case please tell me so! I also get the libcrypto error (previous versions of gitkraken were working fine). I tried both the tar.gz ubuntu 14 and ubuntu 18 version without luck.
Any more ideas ? Thanks for you help!
@mraspaud, we are hopefully fixing this in v4.1.0 (I think CentOS 7 is having the same issue).
Rather than have 4 different builds of Linux we will be reverting back to 2 versions (one .tar.gz and one .deb). I will post here once we release v4.1.0 and please share if you run in to the libcrypto error.