Recent Changes  - list of recent changes to these programs    
Fotoxx for Windows  - how to install Fotoxx on Windows 10 

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.

clockthrottle-1.4.tar.gz
Nov 24 2020
dkopp-7.7.tar.gz
Nov 22 2020
findwild-3.1.tar.gz Nov 22 2020
fotoxx-20.19.tar.gz
Oct 27 2020   
fotoxx-21.28-test.tar.gz
Nov 24 2020   test release
fotoxx-maps-1.6.tar.gz Nov 22 2020     optional map files
galaxy2-1.6.tar.gz Nov 22 2020
lbench-4.7.tar.gz Nov 24 2020
mystuff-3.4.tar.gz Nov 22 2020
picpuz-3.2.tar.gz Nov 22 2020
sortpuz-1.7.tar.gz Nov 22 2020
ukopp2-1.8.tar.gz Nov 22 2020
watsup-5.3.tar.gz Nov 22 2020

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, dcraw,
   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 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 64-bit packages will work on many recent Linux releases.
They have been tested on the following:
   Ubuntu 18.04-20.04, Fedora 30-31, Mint 19.1, Suse Tumbleweed

clockthrottle-1.4-appimage
Nov 24 2020
dkopp-7.7-appimage
Nov 22 2020
findwild-3.1-appimage
Nov 22 2020
fotoxx-20.19-appimage Oct 27 2020   
fotoxx-21.28-test-appimage Nov 24 2020   test release
fotoxx-maps-1.6-appimage
Nov 22 2020    optional map files
galaxy2-1.6-appimage
Nov 22 2020
lbench-4.7-appimage
Nov 24 2020
mystuff-3.4-appimage
Nov 22 2020
picpuz-3.2-appimage
Nov 22 2020
sortpuz-1.7-appimage
Nov 22 2020
ukopp2-1.8-appimage
Nov 22 2020
watsup-5.3-appimage
Nov 22 2020
 
Installation Procedure
   1. download the program file by clicking on the corresponding link above.
   2. move the program file to another location, if desired.
   3. using your file manager, right click on the program file or icon, select 'properties'.
   4. in the popup window, select 'permissions', check 'allow executing', close.
   5. [double] left-click the program file to start the program.
 
The program should now be available in your system menus, with an icon/launcher.
An 'appname.desktop' file is installed at:  /home/<user>/.local/share/applications.
To uninstall, you can simply delete the program file.