Install OneKey App on Linux system

This article demonstrates the installation process using the Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS system as an example.

Option 1: Snap method (Recommendation)

  1. Install snap.
    sudo apt install snapd

    Install snap on Linux system. Reference link

  2. To install onekey-wallet using snap, there are two methods

     

    • Open the link: https://snapcraft.io/onekey-wallet, and directly install it from the Snap Store.

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    • Installation with command line
      sudo snap install onekey-wallet
  3. Download and install Bridge. Download link 

    After downloading, navigate to the directory where "bridge" is located, and run the following command:

    sudo dpkg -i onekey-bridge-2.2.0-amd64.deb

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    Please visit http://127.0.0.1:21320/status/ in your browser to ensure that the page can be opened and the number of connected devices displayed on the page is 1.

    HC Screenshot Template (2).png

  4. After the installation is complete, open the OneKey App and select "Hardware Wallet" to connect.

Option 2: Download and run the AppImage directly.

  1. Download the AppImage file. Download link.
  2. Install the required dependencies.
    sudo apt-get install fuse libfuse2

    Introduction to Pre-requisites and Installation on Different Systems Reference link

  3. Switch to the directory where the AppImage file is located and give the file executable permission:
    chmod +x OneKey-Wallet-4.18.0-linux-x86_64.AppImage
  4. To install directly as the current user (non-root), use the following command:
    ./OneKey-Wallet-4.18.0-linux-x86_64.AppImage.

If an error occurs during runtime stating "Missing X Server or $DISPLAY", please install the relevant graphical environment components. For Ubuntu or Debian systems, you can install xorg.

 

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