Vignette provides a lot of official ways for you to get the software. We have listed what we support so far below, however, if you don't see your target platform, please raise an issue for your platform and see if we can support it.
- Microsoft Store (Windows)
- AUR (Linux)
Until then, please consinder installing it via our Portable Installation Guide.
Until then, please consinder installing it via our Portable Installation Guide or AUR Installation Guide.
If you prefer, to install Vignette on Linux we provide the official
vignette-git AUR package. This guide will be using
In order to install Vignette using yay, run the following command:
If more than one package appears you should find the right package, which should be listed as
aur/vignette-git. In this example, that package is number
When prompted for your password for sudo, enter it to proceed with the installation.
We provide Windows releases in our GitHub as ZIP files. Find the ZIP for the respective platform and download it. Below is an image of the Assets section of a previous release:
Extract the ZIP to your desired location and run
Vignette.exe. The client should launch without any issues.
Linux releases are also provided but in two forms: AppImage (coming soon) and the same ZIP file format for Windows. While the ZIP file is provided, we highly recommend the AppImage variant as soon as it is available.
Linux releases are also provided alongside our Windows ZIP releases. Using the same link, download the ZIP like the original Windows ZIP and extract it on your desired directory.
Should the executable fail to load for the first time, you may have to mark
Vignette as executable; You can do this by right clicking into the file in your file manager, and
check "Mark as executable". Alternatively, use
chmod +x Vignette in the terminal.
Once everything has been extracted, run
#Welcome to Vignette!
Don't forget to visit the UI Overview once your installation has completed. Alternatively, you can use the sidebar to get familiar with the interface of the application.