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Firejail AppImage HowTo
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Firejail is a SUID sandbox program that reduces the risk of security breaches by restricting the running environment of untrusted applications using Linux namespaces and seccomp-bpf. It includes security profiles for over 1000 common Linux applications such as Firefox, Chromium, Transmission, VLC etc.

AppImage is a Linux distribution agnostic format used by many software developers to package their programs. In this video I show you how to handle appimages in Firejail security sandbox. For more information, check

Desktop starter (from the video):

$ cat ~/Desktop/kdenlive.desktop
[Desktop Entry]
Exec=/usr/bin/firejail --net=none --appimage /opt/kdenlive-20.12.2-x86_64.appimage

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AppImage website:
AppImage Hub: https://appimagehub.comFirejail website:
Firejail website:
Software development:

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