i,m using ubuntu 20.04 LTS but i wonder why i can,t execute the .appimage from a USB stick. If i use it on the device i have no problems. I don,t want to use any USB live system, i just want to execute linux programs from a USB stick. Do i have the chance to give the USB stick sudo permissions temporally. Where are the geeks that can assist ?
You can also try and invoke sudo as well, but likely that will make NO difference. I don’t advise running in sudo.
I have had many issues with AppImage when I am not running “bare metal”. I have had to correct things while running AppImage on VM’s, when they run perfectly on the same operating system only running bare metal. If you get errors on the terminal and need further help simply copy and paste the terminal output here and someone can jump on.
when i reach the step $ “./Bitwarden-1.25.1-x86_64.AppImage” i get an error message “no permission” . In GUI mode i can,t change the permissions to execute either. When i make the step “chmod a+x Bitwarden-1.25.1-x86_64.AppImage” i don,t get an error message. I did not try the sudo command neither. Permission on the file on the USB stick is : 644, where it don,t works, but on the computer is 700.