Storro installation instructions

Instructions for installing Storro on Ubuntu 20.04

1. Download the Storro application

The email you received from us contains a link to download the Storro application. If you click on this, a browser screen will open. Your operating system is automatically detected. If this is not done correctly, click on the button Show other platforms. Then click the download button.

2. Start the installation

In the Downloads folder you will find the downloaded installation file named Storro.deb. Double-click this file to open the Ubuntu Software Center. The Ubuntu Software Center has loaded the file. You can now install Storro by clicking the ‘Install’ button.

3. Launch Storro

After you have completed the installation, you can open the application for the first time. You can do this via the desktop (press the Super Key and type Storro in the search bar) or via the Terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T to open the Terminal and then type ‘Storro’ and press Enter). You will be prompted to create an account on the first startup. If you have not created an account before (on another laptop or desktop), click here on New User.

4. Create a user account

After clicking on New User, you will be taken to the screen to register your user account. This also requires the registration code from the email you received from us. Copy this (with Ctrl+C) from the email and paste (with Ctrl+V) in the field in the application. You will be asked to create a password. Optionally, you can have this password saved in the keychain, so that you can log in in the future without entering this password.

5. Secure your password reset code

Your account has been created! It is important to note that Storro cannot reset your password. You can only do this with the password reset code that is shown after registering. Please keep this code safe. You can now start using Storro. If desired, you can first start a short tour for an explanation of Storro’s functionality.