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Release of Debian Packages, RPM Packages and Binaries for Linux

Blog by Stefan Trost | 2016-07-13 at 23:37

After I have published the first of my programs for the operating system Mac OS X about six weeks ago, I have made it now also for Linux.

From now on, the following tools can be downloaded also for Linux from my website.

I have decided to offer each application in three versions for Linux: As Debian package for Linux distributions such as Ubuntu, Debian o Mint, as RPM package for distributions like openSUSE, Fedora, Mageia or CentOS and as binary that can be executed from each location from your computer portably (after you have marked the file as executable). All of those variants are containing the same program, they only differ in the packaging respectively wrapping.

If you decide to use the portable binary, you can use the application without any changes on your system. Apart from that, the package versions install with their own icon and manual so that they can be searched and executed from your usual menus and program folders. Of course, you can remove each package with the corresponding commands or package managers from your system completely.

If you should have any questions or suggestions regarding the Linux port, you can gladly write to me. I am eager to your feedback.


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