Ubuntu repo for 22.04?

I don’t see a repo for Ubuntu 22.04 (codename jammy) listed here: http://ftp.texmacs.org/TeXmacs/tmftp/repos/apt/dists/.

How can I configure automatic Texmacs updates in Ubuntu 22.04?

As far as I know (but I may be wrong) the TeXmacs repo for each Ubuntu update comes a bit delayed WRT the update. Myself, I am using the packages … but I do not know why the TeXMacs which I have, which (I assume) is installed with the package for 21.10 (the latest distributions supported today at http://www.texmacs.org/tmweb/download/linux-packages.en.html#ubuntu), is working now with 22.04 :slight_smile:

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Ok thanks. I’ll try that package then.

Are you getting automatic updates?

Edit: By downloading that .deb package and installing, I don’t get any launchers (I had to run texmacs from the command line). Do you how I can get a launcher?

I think you have to write one for yourself:
in ~/.local/share/applications I have a texmacs.desktop file with the following content

[Desktop Entry]
Version=1.0
Type=Application
Name=GNU TeXmacs
GenericName=Text Editor
Comment=A structured wysiwyg scientific text editor
MimeType=text/x-texmacs.doc;text/x-texmacs.sty;text/plain;text/x-tex;
Exec=texmacs
Icon=texmacs
Terminal=false
Categories=Education;Science;Math;
X-KDE-Priority=TopLevel
InitialPreference=99
Path=
StartupNotify=false

As far as I understand the icon will be picked up, and the program will be launched if the texmacs command exists in your shell.

I do not know what the X-KDE-Priority entry means, but you might try it as it is and see if it works—please let me know.