Source Code Tarballs
 
The following tar files contain a source program (C++), a build script (Makefile), 
and a user guide or man page. The installation procedure is explained below.
dkopp-7.1.tar.gz
Sep 16 2018
findwild-2.5.tar.gz Jan 01 2019
fotoxx-18.07.2.tar.gz
Sep 16 2018
fotoxx-19.0.tar.gz
Jan 01 2019
fotoxx-19.1.tar.gz
Jan 15 2019
fotoxx-19.2-test-2019-01-21.tar.gz
Jan 21 2019
fotoxx-20.0-test-2019-01-21.tar.gz
Jan 21 2019   
fotoxx-maps-1.2.tar.gz Dec 01 2014    optional map files
galaxy2-1.3.tar.gz Sep 16 2017
lbench-3.8.tar.gz Jan 20 2019
mystuff-3.1.tar.gz Sep 16 2018
picpuz-2.9.tar.gz Sep 16 2017
sortpuz-1.5.tar.gz Sep 16 2017
ukopp-6.8.tar.gz Dec 11 2018
watsup-4.4.tar.gz Jan 15 2019
zfuncstest-7.1.tar.gz
Dec 26 2018

Dependencies:
    The following packages are needed to build and install these programs: 
       libc6, xdg-utils, g++, libgtk-3.0-dev, binutils

Fotoxx also needs: 
   libtiff5-dev, libpng-dev, liblcms2-dev, libimage-exiftool-perl, libraw-dev,
   libclutter-1.0-dev, libchamplain-0.12-dev, libchamplain-gtk-0.12-dev
   optional for playing video files: totem, ffmpeg

Package names are different:
    For Fedora, SUSE, and others, you must find corresponding packages,
    which have different names from the above Debian names.
  
Installation Procedure:
  0.  Install the above dependencies using your package manager.
  1.  Download the tar file by clicking one of the above links.
  2.  Open a terminal window and enter the following commands:
  3.  $ chdir Downloads                    # go to the tar file
  4.  $ tar -xzf appname-xxx.tar.gz        # unpack the tar file
  5.  $ chdir appname                      # go to unpacked files
  6.  $ make                               # build program
  7.  $ sudo make install                  # install program

Missing dependencies will cause error messages in step 6. 
Install these using your package manager and repeat step 6.
 
Step 7 installs program files in the following locations:
    /usr/bin, /usr/share/appname, /usr/share/doc/appname

Uninstall appname:
  $ sudo rm -f /usr/bin/appname  
  $ sudo rm -R -f /usr/share/appname
  $ sudo rm -R -f /usr/share/doc/appname
  $ rm -R -f /home/<user>/.appname



AppImage Packages
 
AppImage is a "distro agnostic" packaging format (read about Appimage HERE).
These packages will work on many recent Linux releases.
They have been tested on the following:
   Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, 18.10, Fedora 28,  SUSE Leap 15,  Linux Mint 19
These are 64-bit packages.

dkopp-7.1-appimage
Sep 16 2018
findwild-2.5-appimage
Jan 01 2019
fotoxx-18.07.2-appimage
Sep 16 2018
fotoxx-19.0-appimage
Jan 01 2019
fotoxx-19.1-appimage
Jan 15 2019
fotoxx-19.2-test-2019-01-21-appimage
Jan 21 2019
fotoxx-20.0-test-2019-01-21-appimage Jan 21 2019   
fotoxx-maps-1.2-appimage
Dec 01 2014    optional map files
galaxy2-1.3-appimage
Sep 16 2017
lbench-3.8-appimage
Jan 20 2019
mystuff-3.1-appimage
Sep 16 2018
picpuz-2.9-appimage
Sep 16 2017
sortpuz-1.5-appimage
Sep 16 2017
ukopp-6.8-appimage
Dec 11 2018
watsup-4.4-appimage
Jan 15 2019
 
Installation Procedure:
   Download the AppImage package file by clicking on one of the links above.
   Open a terminal window and input the following commands:  
   1. chdir Downloads                      # go to the download location
   2. mv appname-N.N-appimage /xxx         # move file to desired location
   3. chdir /xxx                           # go there
   4. chmod u+x appname-N.N-appimage       # make the file executable
   5. ./appname-N.N-appimage               # start the program

Appname should now be available in your system menus, with a clickable icon.
An 'appname.desktop' file is installed at:  /home/<user>/.local/share/applications.
To uninstall an appimage, use the command:  ./appname-N.N-appimage  -uninstall