OCS-Store

System Software appimage customize ocs settings themes

Source (required if based on other people's work): https://gitlab.opencode.net/OCS/ocs-store

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Description:

OCS-Store is a Content Management App for OCS-compatible websites like opendesktop.org, gnome-look.org, etc.
It allows to download, install and apply desktop themes, icon themes, wallpapers, or mouse cursors under various desktop environments using the "Install"-button.

Currently supported are these desktop environments:
KDE Plasma, Gnome, XFCE, Mate, Cinnamon, Budgie, LXQt, Elementary and Enlightenment.

Using the Appimage package format, it should work on any distro like Ubuntu, Debian, Arch, Suse, Redhat and many more.


# Installation with AppImageLauncher

If you never used an Appimage before, we recommend this tool to make AppImages run, install/uninstall and update on your Linux OS:
https://www.opendesktop.org/p/1228228/

(Please see if AppImageLauncher offers native packages for your distro, if not, you may request it in the issue section.)

After installing AppImageLauncher, you can simply Double-Click on the OCS-Store Appimage to run or install it.


# Manual Run

To try the OCS-Store without installing, you can simply make it exectuable and (double-)click on it.
Last changelog:

3.4.0 15 days ago

* AppImage updating with AppImageLauncher
* Updated ocs-manager
* Updated node modules

fusion809

2 days ago

I have another issue I've found with this otherwise great program. For some reason it opens AppImageHub.com in one's browser. I wanted to use OCS Store to access it as the "Install" button on AppImageHub only really works under OCS Store. Is this a deliberate feature of it (e.g. because there's some problem with using AppImageHub under it) or unintentional?

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snock

1 month ago

/tmp/.mount_ocs-sti9DgLm/AppRun: línea 46: 22491 Violación de segmento (`core' generado) ${PREFIX}usr/lib/ocs-store-linux-x64/ocs-store

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fusion809

1 month ago

This is a helpful app. I would like to request a couple of features, however.

Firstly, could you's add the ability to open links in new tabs to this program? Sometimes when I'm browsing this excellent site I like to open up a few different pages at a time and look at them later. Presently I can't as this program will only allow you to open up one entry (or page) at a time.

Secondly, could you add a "find" feature? Sort of like the find functionality of web browsers, which is usually opened when pressing the shortcut Ctrl-F or Ctrl-Shift-F. If you'd like an example, presently I'm reading this page and if I want to search for key terms, e.g. "tabs" or "find", like in the comments I have to do so manually. I can't be bothered looking through all the comments on this page to see if the features I'm requesting have been already requested as I would have to do so manually, which is tedious. If you added this functionality I wouldn't have much of an excuse not to check for such requests.

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SalahElmadani

2 months ago

works greatly in linux mint sylvia

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Cybernix

2 months ago

In Russia, the opendesktop is blocked. The Federal Service for Supervision of Communications employs idiots... Therefore, the application will not be able to work unfortunately

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dummy

1 month ago

How is it blocked? Can you access the website opendesktop.org from a browser?

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Cybernix

1 month ago

Only with proxy/VPN

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eligossitri

2 months ago

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suffixem

2 months ago

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Jehzz

3 months ago

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annelpichard

4 months ago


The interface of the Opendesktop application does not show or rather gets stuck in white.

I need help!..

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anderson

4 months ago

no abre la aplicacion en ubuntu 18.04

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gitOversee

4 months ago

How can I uninstall OpenDesktop?

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cahyonegoro

5 months ago

i dont understand this :

Gtk-Message: 01:11:26.351: Failed to load module "canberra-gtk-module"
:1: Invalid color constant '##d3d3d3'
Gtk-Message: 01:11:26.623: (for origin information, set GTK_DEBUG): failed to retrieve property `ChromeGtkFrame::frame-color' of type `GdkColor' from rc file value ""##d3d3d3"" of type `gchararray'
{ Error: Command failed: /tmp/.mount_opende6qPofS/usr/lib/opendesktop-app-linux-x64/resources/app/bin/ocs-manager -p 0
This application failed to start because it could not find or load the Qt platform plugin "xcb"
in "".

Available platform plugins are: xcb.

Reinstalling the application may fix this problem.

at ChildProcess.exithandler (child_process.js:282:12)
at emitTwo (events.js:125:13)
at ChildProcess.emit (events.js:213:7)
at maybeClose (internal/child_process.js:921:16)
at Socket.stream.socket.on (internal/child_process.js:348:11)
at emitOne (events.js:115:13)
at Socket.emit (events.js:210:7)
at Pipe._handle.close [as _onclose] (net.js:549:12)
killed: false,
code: null,
signal: 'SIGABRT',
cmd: '/tmp/.mount_opende6qPofS/usr/lib/opendesktop-app-linux-x64/resources/app/bin/ocs-manager -p 0' }

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Kogam22

1 month ago

Check this answer : https://askubuntu.com/a/872397/844010

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wisdomlight

5 months ago

I don't understand all the rants below.
I downloaded the appimage launcher
I downloaded opendesktop
and i clicked integrate and run
and opendesktop is running nicely on my Linux.
thank you for who ever created this.

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swukjay

5 months ago

Absolute junk, I cannot believe that in 2018 with one click install people are still using the command prompt gibberish, no wonder people go back to linux

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ctzn

5 months ago

64-bit only.... sigh....

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orboan

5 months ago

$ chmod +x *filename*.AppImage
$ ./*filename*.AppImage --install

So after these 2 commands, which one is the command to execute this app? Thanks

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koesherbacon

5 months ago

Is there a way to turn off the confirmation when using the "Install" buttons next to the package names and descriptions?

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roadbikeman

6 months ago

okay at it again ? > opendesktop-app-3.0.3-1-x86_64.AppImage
root@dolanshighway:~/Downloads# chmod +x opendesktop-app-3.0.3-1-x86_64.AppImageroot@dolanshighway:~/Downloads# ./opendesktop-app-3.0.3-1-x86_64.AppImage

(opendesktop-app:28048): IBUS-WARNING **: The owner of /home/drmx2/.config/ibus/bus is not root!
any help for this ? thanks

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HwonP

6 months ago

also there is a problem with LOGIN.

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HwonP

6 months ago

too much duplicated functionality, which is already provided by the website itself. No genuinely new extra functions. What is the point of this ?

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simonbcn

6 months ago

I have several themes installed but the "Installed" tab is empty. Nor can I keep track of installed themes that have been updated if I don't do it manually.

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Hemoo023

6 months ago

Good job !, i Like it!

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3.4.0 15 days ago

* AppImage updating with AppImageLauncher
* Updated ocs-manager
* Updated node modules

3.3.1 1 month ago

* Change app icon
* Fix for desktop menu category

3.3.0 2 months ago

* App re-branded
* Updated Electron and modules
* Updated ocs-manager

3.2.0 3 months ago

* Open opendesktop.org forum site inside app
* Fixed for event handling on product page
* Fixed AppImage updating

3.1.3 4 months ago

* Fixed dependency problems

3.1.2 4 months ago

* Fixed dependency problems
* Updated Electron and modules

3.1.1 5 months ago

* Fixed for AppImageLauncher
* Updated Electron and modules

3.1.0 5 months ago

* UI improvement
* Bundled a unar program

3.0.3 7 months ago

* Updated Electron and modules
* Updated ocs-manager
* Fixed app launch
* Fixed logged-in status
* Fixed for applying mouse cursor theme

3.0.2 7 months ago

* Fixed a preview image not shown
* Bundled unzip and p7zip into the AppImage

3.0.1 7 months ago

* Security fix

3.0.0 8 months ago

* Updated Electron and modules
* Updated ocs-manager
* Integrated AppImage updating

2.2.1 11 months ago

* AppImage package
* Fix app launcher
* Fix missing dependencies

2.2.0 1 year ago

* Toolbar items and sidebar changed
* Added theme apply functions for Cinnamon desktop, it's available for wallpaper, icon, cursor, gtk3 theme, metacity theme, and cinnamon theme
* Added theme apply functions for Mate desktop, it's available for wallpaper, icon, cursor, gtk2 theme, and metacity theme

2.1.1 1 year ago

* Fix for file installation

2.1.0 1 year ago

* Rebrand from Opendesktop App to OCS-Store

2.0.0 1 year ago

* Update ocs-manager
* Apply themes for wallpapers, icons, cursors, plasma5_desktopthemes and aurorae_themes with KDE Plasma5 desktop
* Apply themes for wallpapers, icons, cursors, gtk3_themes and gnome_shell_themes with Gnome3/Unity desktop
* Apply themes for wallpapers, icons, cursors, gtk2_themes and xfwm4_themes with XFCE4 desktop
* Fix for conflicted filename

1.0.2 1 year ago

* Show site meta header
* Show preview picture in MyCollection
* Added download progress bar in statusbar
* Removed MyCollection button from sidebar
* Fix for download links
* Fix for member site links

1.0.1 1 year ago

* Added confirm dialog for download and install
* Added statusbar items
* Show number of installed items in MyCollection

1.0.0 1 year ago

MyCollection:
* able to easily keep track of and remove installed items
* directly "Apply" wallpapers on any Linux distro from within MyCollection

product-maker Glaceartisanale Aug 22 2018

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product-maker eligossitri Jul 17 2018

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product-maker suffixem Jul 11 2018

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product-maker g99 Jun 10 2018

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product-maker Jehzz Jun 01 2018

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product-maker nullTag Feb 06 2018

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product-maker Bruncky Nov 17 2017

The website doesn't load properly, links simply don't show and I have to reload several times for them to appear and when I click a link it simply doesn't open and shows 'internal error'.

product-maker Puli Nov 01 2017

product-maker vladik337 Sep 01 2017

very cool App!

product-maker triki1 Jun 07 2017

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