glogg currently runs on Windows and UNIX based systems. A Mac OS X version is also expected soon.
The MD5 checksums can be checked from the release emails sent to the development list.
Up to date Windows installers are available:
- 64 bits (recommended): glogg-latest-x86_64-setup.exe.
- 32 bits (older v1.0.3 only): glogg-latest-setup.exe.
It is safe to install over an existing version if you want to update glogg to the latest version.
glogg is currently tested on Windows 7.
glogg is part of all recent Ubuntu distributions. To install, simply click here: apt:glogg or install manually using the Software Centre.
glogg is part of the Debian distribution since wheezy (7.0). You can install it the usual way, which probably involve issuing something like:
apt-get install glogg
or simply following the link: apt:glogg.
glogg is part of Fedora since version 17.
Installation can be done with the usual “PackageKit” from the Administration menu, or use yum (as root):
yum install glogg
glogg has been packaged for Arch Linux and can be installed from pacman.
Other Linux distributions
If you create packages for your favourite distribution, please feel free to announce them on the mailing list, they will be added to this section.
From source code
For other platforms, you can build glogg from source. The source code of the latest version is available at glogg-latest.tar.gz
Building is to be done this way:
tar xzf glogg-latest.tar.gz cd glogg-X.X.X (replace X with the version) qmake (or qmake-qt4 on debian/ubuntu) make make install INSTALL_ROOT=/usr/local (as root if needed)
You need to have the Qt development libraries installed (tested on version 4.8.0 and later).
For the very latest, not necessarily stable version, the source code is hosted on a git repository at <git://github.com/nickbnf/glogg.git>.
Current as well as previous versions are available here: http://glogg.bonnefon.org/files/