The Linux Memory Game is an X11 game for children ages 3 and up, based on the card game “Memory”. It is written using GTK+ library. Although it is a children’s game, it has five skill levels, the higher ones are challenging to adults as well. It features the ability to add your own 64x64 pixmap images. In this tutorial, I will show you how to install lmemory on Ubuntu 22.04.
- OS: Ubuntu 22.04 is needed for lmemory to work
- Privileges: Ascertain that you are able to execute sudo commands.
Install lmemory Ubuntu 22.04
lmemory is one of the popular ways on Ubuntu now so that this tutorial will show you how to install it in various ways. Choose the one you believe is simple and easy to follow.
Install lmemory using APT
This is a popular method for installing Ubuntu packages because it’s easy to follow, even if you are a newbie in Linux. Following these steps to get lmemory on your Ubuntu.
Step 1: You must update the APT package repository cache before attempting to install, update, or remove any packages. Update the APT database to download new packages from Ubuntu. Opening the terminal and executing this Linux command:
Step 2: Start the package installation on Ubuntu 22.04. After updating, you can install lmemory Ubuntu by pasting this command into the terminal and executing it.
Install lmemory using Aptitude
Users can manage their installation, upgrade, and removal of packages with Aptitude and view a list of the packages that are currently available. You must run this command to install it if you haven’t already done so on Ubuntu.
After installing, you can now install lmemory by following these steps:
Step 1: Update the APT database to fetch new packages from Ubuntu. Launch the terminal and enter the following Linux command:
Step 2: Start the package installation on Ubuntu 22.04. After updating the system, you can install lmemory Ubuntu by pasting this command into the terminal and pressing
Uninstall lmemory on Ubuntu 22.04
Have you ever thought that uninstalling an application from Ubuntu might be challenging? You’re wrong; any program, not just a lmemory, can be easily uninstalled by anyone.
This command can be used to uninstall lmemory from Ubuntu 22.04 if it was installed using APT or Aptitude.
To uninstall lmemory and remove its data and dependencies, you can also use the following command:
In this tutorial, I showed you ways to install lmemory on Ubuntu 22.04 and ways to uninstall lmemory too. If you need any help, don’t hesitate to contact me. I’m very glad to answer them.