How to install Dropbox on KDE

Well, some Linux distributions do have a package named “nautilus-dropbox” or similar thing, but if you are going to install this package on KDE, you need install many dependencies such as “nautilus” even “gnome”…

I don’t want these unnecessary packages because I’m using KDE, so I created a simple shell script to install Dropbox on KDE. Here is how to use my script:

1. Download the installation script from the following gist:

2. Extract it, open your terminal (preferably as super user), navigate to where you put the script, set execute permission for the script by the following command:

chmod +x

3. Execute the shell scrip Read more