Install Duck Launcher dock in Linux Mint 16

Add the Duck Launcher dock to your Linux Mint 16

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Here's how you can install the Duck Launcher dock in Linux Mint 16. Duck Launcher resembles Unity and lets you access your favorite apps or all apps.

1. Open a terminal window.

2. Type in the following commands then hit Enter after each.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:the-duck/launcher

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install duck-launcher

According to Noobs Lab:

Duck Launcher is a Unity like dock and application launcher made for Linux. It is written using Python and Qt languages, it's goal is to increase productivity and be good looking. It allows user to access favorite apps easily on the dock, or all application can be accessed by clicking on the top icon of launcher. File System can be browsed easily with this dock without opening any file manager, this feature is still in development, so keep in mind that anytime problem can occur with this feature.

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Additional resources for Duck Launcher

Duck Launcher Site

Duck Launcher Screenshots

Duck Launcher on GitHub

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