ChatGPT’s Extension Comes to Linux

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Recently, the OpenAI-powered chatbot, ChatGPT has created a lot of buzz on the internet for its capability to understand user input and generate the response. Now, ChatGPT is expanding its presence into the Linux operating system through an extension.

ChatGPT users a powerful combination of Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning to generate responses for the user input.

Linux users can now access ChatGPT from their desktop, thanks to Rafal Mioduszewski’s ChatGPT Gnome desktop extension.

With that being said, let’s see how to install ChatGPT on Linux:

To install the extension on Linux, users need to type the following command into the terminal:

git clone https://github.com/HorrorPills/ChatGPT-Gnome-Desktop-Extension && cd ChatGPT-Gnome-Desktop-Extension && make install

If you don’t have git installed on your system, type the following command:

sudo apt install git

To install the latest version of GTK 4 on Debian and Ubuntu systems, type in the following command:

$ sudo apt install libgtk-4-dev

Meanwhile, Arch Linux users need to type the following command to install GTK 4:

$ sudo pacman -S gtk4

And, Fedora users, type the following command:

$ sudo dnf install gtk4-devel

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