Techies: this means no more dependency problems, as all necessary dependencies are packaged (without bloating the packages), so you can use the apps on any Linux computer.
IceWeasel Portable - a clone of the popular Mozilla Firefox™ browser
IceDove Portable - a clone of the popular Mozilla Thunderbird™ mail client
OpenOffice.org Portable - a full-featured free office suite
IceOwl Portable - a clone of the popular Mozilla Sunbird™ calendar application
Accessories and Utilities
XTerm Portable - a terminal emulator
DEVELOPERS!! Portable Apps for Linux is being brought back to life, and we need your help! If you have any good design ideas for the software, please email me at dkulchenkoGETRIDOFTHISPART@gmail.com or post in the forums. We will be transitioning to a new website soon, I'll keep you all posted! Thanks for your support!
http://www.portools....-structure-specThe directory structure of PAFL closely mirrors the directory structure of Portable Apps (for Windows). The root directory is divided into several parts: * App/ o folders such as usr, bin, share, opt, and so on. See [[PAFL Code]] to find out what exactly goes in this folder. * Data/ o place where profile information, configuration are held. See [[PAFL Config]]. * Other/ o files that do not fall into any other category but are still relevant o Source/ + source.txt (or actual source if small enough) o <Something>Portable.sh + launcher code. See [[PAFL Launcher]].
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Linux and other OS flavours
LODR Universal & Portable Apps