AppImages are the most easiest to run compared. All you need to do is follow the steps mentioned below.
The challenging task is to make the AppImage accessible globally through he system like an installed application (in the menu)
you can achieve this by the going through the following steps.
[Desktop Entry] Version=0.13.23 Type=Application Name=appName Comment=Application Description TryExec=Path/to/AppImage Exec=Path/to/AppImage Icon=Path/to/AppImage.icon Actions=Editor
and we are done.
Now you AppImage is available for you user in menu.
If you want this AppImage to be accessible to to all the user of the system, place the .desktop file in /usr/share/applications
Feel free to comment any suggestion in comments section.
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