A plugin that allows you to install Google Adwords for Linux in the Linux operating system and configure your own ad blocking software.
If you don’t want to install AdWords on your own machine, it’s available as a free download.
AdWords is an ad serving and data processing platform.
The AdWords API provides a means to run ads on websites with different levels of relevance and performance based on their performance in the relevant areas.
To install Adwords on a Linux system, you’ll need the following packages: sudo apt-get install libadutils1 libncurses5 libgnutls4 libsqlite3-dev libsqlites3-dbg libncss5-dev lsb_release5 lsb-image-common5 ld-linux-gnu1 libsdl2-dev 1.6.2-0ubuntu1 sudo apt install libgtk2.0-dev cmake3.8 sudo apt build-essential sudo apt update sudo apt source googlenews.com title How To Install the Google Ads for Linux Plugin article You can install AdWord for Linux from its official repository on GitHub.
The package is installed as a package, but you can install it using the command sudo apt add-apt-repository ppa:adware-libsyn/gtk-plugins/ad-word-linux sudo apt package install ad-word sudo apt release ad-words 188.8.131.52-1ubuntu1.1 sudo dpkg -i ad-Word-Linux-1.7-2.pkg ad-Words-1-7-1 Ubuntu 1.1.2+ source google News title AdWords For Linux Plugin 1.0.5 for Linux: Installer guide article If you’re still looking for the ad-free version of AdWords, you can get the official package by using the AdWords installer.
It is available as an installer for Ubuntu, Mint, Fedora, and other distros.
It installs AdWords in the default installation directory and installs a few packages in the Adwords source tree, including AdWords 1.4.2, AdWords Lite, Adwords Lite for Android, AdWord Lite for iOS, Ad Word Lite for Desktop, Ad Words for Desktop for Linux, Ad Ads for Windows, Ad Search for Windows for Windows (ad search) for Windows and Ad Search Lite for Windows.
The installer is a little outdated, but it does install AdAds Lite and AdWords 2.1, which will improve your ad-blocking experience.