- ChatGPT, the open-source AI-powered machine learning chatbot is now available as an extension on Linux.
- With the help of Rafal Mioduszewski’s ChatGPT Gnome desktop extension, Linux users can now access ChatGPT from their desktops.
- The extension is available as of now but it is still a work in progress and an early version, therefore it might be unstable.
ChatGPT is an open-source AI-powered chatbot that can be used to generate natural language conversations. It is based on the GPT-3 model and runs on Linux systems. It uses a combination of natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning (ML) to understand user input and generate responses. ChatGPT is now available as an extension for Linux, but it’s still an early version and a work in progress, so it is not very stable.
ChatGPT from the comfort of your desktop
Thanks to Rafal Mioduszewski’s ChatGPT Gnome desktop extension, it is now possible to use ChatGPT from the comfort of your desktop at all times.
How to install ChatGPT on Linux
You can easily install the ChatGPT Gnome desktop extension by cloning this repo, going into the ext directory, and running the make install command. Or you can simply use the following command to install the extension with just one click:
git clone https://github.com/HorrorPills/ChatGPT-Gnome-Desktop-Extension && cd ChatGPT-Gnome-Desktop-Extension && make install
It will require Git to be installed. Use the following link to install Git on your Linux distribution:
sudo apt install git
On Ubuntu and Debian-based distributions, you can install the latest version of GTK 4 for proper visual interface by running the following command in the terminal:
$ sudo apt install libgtk-4-dev
On Arch Linux and its derivatives, you can install GTK 4 by running the following command in the terminal:
$ sudo pacman -S gtk4
On Fedora, you can install GTK 4 by running the following command in the terminal:
$ sudo dnf install gtk4-devel