Karbon is an excellent graphics tool to create vector drawings which are also called SVG. Karbon is powered by a QT user interface and developed by KDE. Karbon is an integral part of KDE graphics design. SVG graphics are highly scalable and take less size on both local and remote disks. They are the preferred type of graphics for the web. When it comes to icons, most vendors prefer SVG icons. Karbon supports ODG, SVG, WPG, WMF, and EPS formats to create and produce vector drawings.
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In this context, we shall look into how to install Karbon on your Ubuntu 20.04 LTS edition.
How to Install Karbon on Ubuntu ?
Karbon is available in Ubuntu repositories, so we can install it from there easily. In case, you want to install a development or nightly build for your testing needs then you can use a PPA as well.
To begin, update my system repositories to install the latest packages:
$ sudo apt update
Next, install the latest Karbon package with the following command:
$ sudo apt install -y karbon
How to Access Karbon ?
You can access Karbon from the command line and dashboard both as shown below. Execute the following command to access Karbon:
Otherwise, you can always access Karbon from the system dashboard which is natural when it comes to launching any applications. When launched, you can see its dashboard.
How to Uninstall Karbon from Ubuntu 20.04 LTS ?
In order to remove Karbon from your system, simply use the following command:
$ sudo apt remove karbon
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