How To Install AntiMicro 1.0.1 On Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Elementary OS And Debian

Edit: Due to the fact that this article is old, the installation instructions may not work anymore. In order to successfully install the latest version of AntiMicro, please access the antimicro tag and open the latest article (the one on top).

The latest installation instructions for AntiMicro

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, AntiMicro is an open source graphical application that allows the users to easily map keyboard and mouse buttons to gamepad buttons. Also, sequences of actions can be mapped on one button, in order to make the user’s gaming more pleasant and easy. The application is very good for games that do not have support for gamepad or joysticks.

The latest version available is AntiMicro 1.0.1, which has been recently released.

How To Install AntiMicro 1.0.1 On Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Elementary OS And Debian

In this article I will show you how to install AntiMicro 1.0.1 on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Elementary OS and Debian systems.

There is no repository available for AntiMicro 1.0.1, but we can easily download the needed deb package from the official site and install it with dpkg. Follow the instructions for your system’s architecture, in order to get a successful installation.

How to install AntiMicro 1.0.1 on 32 bit Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Elementary OS and Debian systems:

$ wget -c www.ryochan7.com/files/projects/antimicro/antimicro_1.0-1_i386.deb
$ sudo dpkg -i antimicro_1.0-1_i386.deb
$ sudo apt-get install -f

How to install AntiMicro 1.0.1 on 64 bit Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Elementary OS and Debian systems:

$ wget -c www.ryochan7.com/files/projects/antimicro/antimicro_1.0-1_amd64.deb
$ sudo dpkg -i antimicro_1.0-1_amd64.deb
$ sudo apt-get install -f

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One comment on “How To Install AntiMicro 1.0.1 On Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Elementary OS And Debian
  1. Marshall Neill says:

    Not to nitpick, but you have 32bit for the 64bit version.
    This looks to be a great application. Kinda along the lines of xbindkeys and xautomation, which I currently use for mousebutton 10.

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