Ghidra is a free and open source software reverse engineering suite of tools for Linux, Windows and MacOS. It is developed by National Security Agency Research Directorate and released under open source Apache License 2.0. Using Ghidra you can analyze compiled software code and disassembly, assembly, decompilation, graphing, and scripting. You can also extent its features via the extension components.
Install Ghidra on Ubuntu Linux
Ghidra is available as a flatpak package from flathub for Linux. you can install it via the terminal application. First you need to install flatpak on your system. Follow the below link for installation tutorial. Restart your pc after the installation.
After that open the terminal app (ctrl+alt+t) and run this Ghidra flatpak installation command.
flatpak install flathub org.ghidra_sre.Ghidra
This will install the latest version of Ghidra Software Reverse Engineering application on your Linux system. You can open it via below command.
flatpak run org.ghidra_sre.Ghidra
You can uninstall Ghidra via below command.
sudo flatpak uninstall org.ghidra_sre.Ghidra