Inkporter CLI (Linux)

There are two ways to install Inkporter CLI on Linux. You can use PPA or download the script directly. You can also use Inkporter CLI for Linux on Windows 10.

Using PPA

For Debian\Ubuntu based distributions, you can use the GimpScape PPA to install Inkporter

Open your Terminal and run the commands below in the following order.

curl -s --compressed "https://gimpscape.github.io/gimpscape-ppa/tools/KEY.gpg" | sudo apt-key add -
sudo curl -s --compressed -o /etc/apt/sources.list.d/gimpscape-ppa.list "https://gimpscape.github.io/gimpscape-ppa/tools/gimpscape-ppa.list"
sudo apt update && sudo apt install inkporter

Download the script directly

For other Linux distributions that don't support PPA, you can get the Inkporter script via this page: https://github.com/raniaamina/inkporter/releases/tag/v2.3.1-linux. Extract the zip file and put the whole file into /usr/local/bin/ and make sure you have set execute permissions on the file to allow it to execute as a program (sudo chmod +x FILENAME).

Using Inkporter CLI for Linux on Windows 10

If you want to use the bash version of Inkporter on Windows 10, first you will need to configure the Windows Subsystem for Linux or WSL for short. To do that go toControl Panel -> Programs -> Turn Windows features on or off then check on Windows Subsystem for Linux

Activate Windows Subsystem for Linux

Then restart your Windows and install a Linux distribution for your WSL. You can get it from the Microsoft Store or download it from here. Follow the installation instructions above depending on the distro you choose.