Pinta is a very useful cross platform drawing and editing tool. It is designed to have lots of amazing features yet it has a very simple and minimalistic interface. In this guide, we will teach you the process of installing Pinta on a Linux Mint 20.3 system.
How to Install Pinta on Linux Mint 20.3?
To install Pinta on Linux Mint 20.3, you need to follow the process explained in the steps below:
Step # 1: Install Pinta on Linux Mint 20.3:
You can install Pinta easily on Linux Mint 20.3 if you have the Snap daemon present on your system. You just need to run the following command:
$ sudo snap install pinta
When all the required snaps will be installed on your system, this command will terminate while displaying the message shown below:
Step # 2: Confirm the Installation of Pinta:
The installation of Pinta can be confirmed by running the following command:
$ pinta --version
If you can see the version of Pinta on your terminal after running this command as shown in the image below, then it will mean that you have successfully managed to install Pinta on your system.
Step # 3: Access Pinta through Linux Mint 20.3 Terminal:
Finally, for launching Pinta through your terminal, you can run the following command:
The Pinta tool will open up soon after running this command as shown in the image below:
Removing Pinta from Linux Mint 20.3:
For removing Pinta from Linux Mint 20.3, you can simply run the following command:
$ sudo snap remove pinta
By following this guide, you can quickly install Pinta on your Linux Mint 20.3 system and use this feature-rich painting tool with all the more ease and convenience.
Karim Buzdar holds a degree in telecommunication engineering and holds several sysadmin certifications including CCNA RS, SCP, and ACE. As an IT engineer and technical author, he writes for various websites.