Flatpak is available for the most common Linux distributions. After installing it, it is necessary to log out and in again for Flatpak apps to appear in your desktop.
flatpak package is available in the testing repository.
$ sudo apk add flatpak
flatpak package is available in the official repositories.
flatpak-git is also available in the AUR for the latest development snapshot.
$ sudo pacman -S flatpak
For development of Flatpak applications using
flatpak-builder these dependencies are required:
$ sudo pacman -S --asdeps --needed elfutils patch
flatpak package is available in Debian Stretch and newer. To install, run the following as root:
# apt install flatpak
For Debian Jessie, a
flatpak package is available in the official backports repository.
Flatpak support is built into Endless OS 3.0.0 and newer. If you are using an older version, upgrade to Endless OS 3.
flatpak package is available for Fedora 23 and newer and is installed by default on Fedora Workstation. If you do not use Fedora Workstation, you can install Flatpak by running:
$ sudo dnf install flatpak
An unofficial overlay is available here.
Flatpak support is built into Linux Mint 18.3 and newer.
flatpak package is available for Mageia 6 and newer. To install, run the following as root:
# dnf install flatpak
# urpmi flatpak
Flatpak is available as a 1-click install for Leap 42.1 and 42.2 and Tumbleweed. It can also be installed on Tumbleweed using Zypper:
$ sudo zypper install flatpak
For Ubuntu 16.04, 16.10, 17.04 and 17.10 a PPA is available. To install, run:
$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:alexlarsson/flatpak $ sudo apt update $ sudo apt install flatpak
flatpak package is available in Ubuntu 16.10 and newer via universe, however this is
an older version, and it's recommended that you use the one from the PPA.
Flatpak package is available for Solus too. Install it using
$ sudo eopkg install flatpak