I would say Beaker browser is for the evil genius. It is developed for peer-to-peer network users in mind. The developers’ top priority is to decentralize the Internet and make sense of web development in a different way where it is powered by users instead of data centres.
I will introduce you Beaker browser and help you to install it on your latest Ubuntu 21.10 edition in this guide. The installation process is quite simple.
Step 1. Download Beaker Browser
Beaker browser is not available in traditional Ubuntu repositories therefore you will need to grab installation files from the website or the Github repository.
The above link will help you with the installation of the Beaker Browser.
Step 2. Install Beaker Borwser on Ubuntu
As discussed before the installation setup is quite easier. It does not take much effort. If you still do not understand anything then share the problem with us in the comments. We are here to help you.
I want you to run the following command to begin the installation of the Beaker browser if you want to install it using the command line.
$ sudo dpkg -i beaker.deb
This will begin the installation of the browser.
Unfortunately, the Beaker browser does not support graphical installation therefore command line is the only option for all users to go.
Step 3. Confirm the Beaker Browser Installation
Check your beaker browser installation once it is installed. You can check it via the command line using the following command.
$ beaker --version
If it has been installed successfully, you will see the version number or simply the following screen.
Step 4. Launch Beaker Browser
Now you can launch the Beaker browser, everything is ready to utilize the Internet and support it. Once launched, you will see the following screen to begin surfing the Internet.
Step 5. Remove Beaker Browser From Ubuntu
If for whatever reason you choose to remove the Beaker browser from your system then simply run the following command to get rid of it. You will be good to go.
$ sudo apt remove beaker
Beaker browser develops a different level of Internet surfing. It supports individual understanding of the world wide web and how websites are developed. I hope you had a good experience installing the browser.
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.