How to install OptiSigns Player on Linux

You can install OptiSigns Player app on your any Linux machine and use it as player for your signs.

OptiSigns app is packaged as AppImage and will run on all major Linux Distribution: Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, Red Hat, etc.


To install Download the app 32bit or 64bit.

Once Downloaded, open File Explorer, right click on the downloaded file and select Properties.

In the Properties box. Click Permissions tab The in the Access Control -> Execute drop down. Select Only owner (or Anyone) Then Click OK.

After that, double click on the optisigns*.AppImage file to execute it. In the pop up, select Execute


The app will run in full screen mode, and generate a pairing code for you to pair with the portal. You can also move the mouse around and see the top 3 buttons to resize, open side bar menu or close the app.

On the side menu, you can set Orientation, etc. The app has Autostart and Fullscreen on Startup checked as default. So now, next time the Raspberry Pi started up, it will run OptiSigns app automatically.

You now can go to our portal at:

to pair the screen and start assigning content to it.

For detail steps click here.


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