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Flameshot is an open-source screenshot and annotation tool designed for Linux, macOS, and Windows systems.

The best thing about this screenshot tool is that it operates with both the graphical user interface as well as the command line interface.
It is a very easy to use screenshot tool that provides the users with a high level of flexibility and customization.
Here at LinuxAPT, as part of our Server Management Services, we regularly help our Customers to perform Software Installation Tasks on Ubuntu Linux Server.
In this context, we shall look into how to install Flameshot on a Ubuntu 20.04 system.

Steps to install Flameshot on Ubuntu 20.04

To install the Flameshot screenshot tool on your Ubuntu 20.04 system, you will have to perform the following steps.

1. Perform the System Cache Update:

You need to perform your system cache update by executing the command shown below:

$ sudo apt update

With this system update, your Ubuntu 20.04 machine will be all set to install the Flameshot screenshot tool on it.

2. Install Flameshot in Ubuntu 20.04:

Now, you can install Flameshot on Ubuntu 20.04 by executing the following command in your system's terminal:

$ sudo apt install flameshot

Once the Flameshot screenshot tool will be installed on your Ubuntu 20.04 system, the terminal will display these messages as an indication.

3. Launch Flameshot on Ubuntu 20.04:

You can launch Flameshot in Ubuntu 20.04 by searching for it in the Activities search bar.
Clicking on this search result will cause the Flameshot icon to appear on your Ubuntu 20.04 system's taskbar as highlighted in the following image.
You can click on this icon to launch a menu that will present you with various options for using this screenshot tool.

How to Uninstall Flameshot from Ubuntu 20.04 System ?

When you no longer want to use this screenshot tool on your Ubuntu 20.04 system, you can remove it by executing the command shown below:

$ sudo apt-get purge flameshot

The successful execution of this command will remove Flameshot and its dependencies from your Ubuntu 20.04 system.
Finally, you can also remove all those packages and dependencies that are not needed any longer by executing the following command:

$ sudo apt-get autoremove


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