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Haruna is already available on majority of Linux distributions. It can be installed directly from Discover, GNOME Software or your distribution's software store.
You can install the latest Haruna flatpak from Flathub. Experimental flatpaks with nightly builds of Haruna can be installed from the KDE Flatpak repository.


To install Haruna, follow the instructions of the platform you are using for how to install software. Most platforms have a graphical installer which can be used to install software packages. In many cases it will automatically be opened when clicking the download or install link for your platform. There is a generic tutorial for installing KDE applications which also can be applied to Haruna.

If you are using Linux, Haruna might already be pre-installed on your system as part of a default selection. If not, you can install it with the package management tool of your Linux distribution. See its documentation for details.


To uninstall Haruna, follow the instructions of the package management tool you have used to install Haruna. This will remove the Haruna application. It will not touch data you have viewed, created, or modified with Haruna.