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STEPS TO REPRODUCE
1. Click the "Install to Linux" link on the yakuake page
Receive an error that yakuake cannot be installed due to being not found.
Yakuake installs via KDE Discovery
(available in About System)
KDE Plasma Version: 5.24.4
KDE Frameworks Version: 5.92.0
Qt Version: 15.5.3
Have tried on multiple systems, same results. I think it is mostly due to there not being a version of yakuake on flathub and similar repos that the KDE org makes use of officially.
It is correct that Yakuake is not available from Flathub, packaging terminal apps as Flatpak is somewhat complex
However, Discover should offer you to install it from your distribution, assuming it is packaged there. What distribution is that and does it have a package for Yakuake?
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Screenshot from Discovery in Kubuntu 22.04
(In reply to Nicolas Fella from comment #1)
> It is correct that Yakuake is not available from Flathub, packaging terminal
> apps as Flatpak is somewhat complex
> However, Discover should offer you to install it from your distribution,
> assuming it is packaged there. What distribution is that and does it have a
> package for Yakuake?
Tried first on my Steam Deck using Arch-Based SteamOS 3.0. After that failed, I tried on my laptop running Kubuntu 22.04. I know the Ubuntu repos include yakuake, as I've had it on my laptop for a year now. It reports an error about being unable to open appstream://org.kde.yakuake because it was not found in any repository. I can see that being a thing on the steamdeck, as that relies on the flathub repo, but for ubuntu, that caught me as odd.
I see what the problem is. The appstream id of Yakuake is org.kde.yakuake.desktop, therefore the correct URL would be appstream://org.kde.yakuake.desktop
Using that URL Discover properly finds Yakuake on KUbuntu 22.04. That suggests that the website just produces the wrong URL
Newer versions of Discover seem to handles this better though, i.e. appstream://org.kde.yakuake work, even though it is not technically correct
See https://invent.kde.org/websites/apps-kde-org/-/issues/27 and https://invent.kde.org/websites/apps-kde-org/-/issues/27
The second should have been https://invent.kde.org/plasma/discover/-/merge_requests/313