Can be installed on any Linux distribution. Find Vorta on Flathub. To install:
$ flatpak install flathub com.borgbase.Vorta
Flatpak apps run in a sandboxed environment and can’t access certain folders, like
/var. See here for the full list. If you need access to those directories, consider a different installation option.
Settings can be transferred by copying
Maintained by @Hofer-Julian.
The most generic way is to install it as Python package using PIP. First install Borg using the package of your distribution or via PyPI. The latter needs some additional source packages. Then install Vorta from PyPI. Your local Python version must be >= 3.6. If you keep Python packages in your home folder, you can add the
$ pip3 install vorta
You can add a
.desktop entry to get a link to Vorta in your application launcher, usually
~/.local/share/applications/vorta.desktop. Use the template available here and adjust the
Icon paths if necessary.
Use the AUR package.
$ yay -S vorta
Maintained by @bjo81.
Users of Debian ≥11 (Bullseye), its derivative Ubuntu ≥21.04 (Hirsute), and its derivatives (Pop!_OS, Mint, elementaryOS, Kubuntu, Neon, etc), may install Vorta from the App Store, or
sudo apt install vorta
Please note that some app stores provide both deb and flatpak packages.
Users who require features from a newer version of Vorta, or users of older OS releases should investigate if their distribution provides backports, and should prefer Vorta from this distribution stream. E.g. Debian Backports or Ubuntu Backports.
Failing this, ask your distribution to provide a package, and failing that, use the flatpak!
Maintained by @sten
Can be used on for Fedora, EPEL (and friends), OpenSuse, Mageia and CentOS >= 7. For more details see the custom repo.
$ sudo dnf copr enable luminoso/vorta $ sudo dnf install vorta
Maintained by @luminoso
Use the official package. Command for install:
$ sudo eopkg it vorta
Maintained by @kyrios123.
Looking to maintain a package? Open an issue or pull request and it will be added here.