Download for Linux

Source code

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You can get Converseen source code here: converseen-0.9.9.8.tar.bz2 or on GitHub.

In order to compile Converseen you need Qt5 and Magick++ development libraries with the gnu c++ compiler.

Download Converseen, extract the archive content, enter directory and build the executable.

tar -xvf converseen_0.x-tar.bz2
cd converseen_0.x
mkdir build
cd build
cmake .. (to install on /usr/local/) or cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr .. (to install on /usr/)
make
su
make install

AppImage

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One of the easiest ways to run Converseen on your Linux system is using the AppImage. The AppImage allows you to download and run Converseen on every Linux systems without the need to worry about any software dependencies. The AppImage version of Converseen is compiled using ImageMagick 7, libraw for the manipulating Canon, Nikon, Sony and other kind of RAW files and libheif for manipulating HEIC/HEIF files.

You can download the latest AppImage of Converseen from here: Converseen-0.9.9.8-1-x86_64.AppImage
Before to run the AppImage don’t forget to give the file the correct execution permissions:

chmod a+x Converseen*.AppImage

In order to verify the autenticity of the AppImage, you can find the PGP Public Key here: fasterland_PGP_public_key.asc

You can always find the signature file on this page.

If when you try to run the application you get some error about FUSE, please, take a look on this page: I get some errors related to something called “FUSE”.

Snap

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You can find Converseen in the Snapcraft Store. This is the most convenient way to install Converseen on every Linux distro based on Ubuntu. The first reason to prefer the snap version of Converseen is because it is updated promptly with each release. The second reason is because it’s compiled using ImageMagick 7, libraw for the manipulating Canon, Nikon, Sony and other kind of RAW files and libheif for manipulating HEIC/HEIF files.

You can also install Converseen on every Linux system that supports Snap.

Flatpak

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You can get the Flatpak package from here.

In order to install the Flatpak package:

flatpak install flathub net.fasterland.converseen

Run:

flatpak run net.fasterland.converseen

Fedora installation

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You can install Converseen on Fedora using the official repository:

# yum install converseen

Ubuntu installation:

Ubuntu installation

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From Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr, Converseen is available via the default repositories, so you can install it through these commands or through the Ubuntu Software Center (watch the video):

$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install converseen

Alternative repository:

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ubuntuhandbook1/apps
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install converseen

Opensuse Installation

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You can install Converseen on OpenSuse using the 1-Click install, searching it on YaST or using this command:

zypper install converseen

Arch Linux and Chakra

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You can install Converseen on Arch Linux or Chakra through pacman:

# pacman -Sy converseen

Mageia installation

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You can install Converseen on Mageia via Mageia Control Center or with:

# urpmi converseen

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