nomacs – Image Lounge is licensed under the GNU General Public License v3
© Markus Diem, Stefan Fiel and Florian Kleber, 2011 – 2016
- installer (32 and 64 bit)
- offline installer (32 and 64 bit)
- nomacs portable .zip package (64 bit)
- repository (see Unattended Installation)
- nomacs portable .zip package
Ubuntu and Linux Mint
- nomacs is available in the “universe” repository of Ubuntu. Just install it using your favorite package manager.
- We also mantain our own launchpad repository, where the newest stable version can be found. If you want to use it:
First you have to add “ppa:nomacs/stable” to your repositories. After an update of the repositories you are able to install nomacs with your favorite package manager.
- In the console you need the following commands:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nomacs/stable
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install nomacs
- nomacs is included in the unstable and testing release of Debian. Just install it
- nomacs is included in the official repositories of Fedora, so just install it
- nomacs is officially available on Arch Linux, simply install it with:
pacman -S nomacs
- repositories (Tumbleweed, Factory, 12.1, 11.4)
Mac (Lion and Snow Leopard)
- update your FreeBSD repository and change directory to /usr/ports/graphics/nomacs (if your repository directory is the default, otherwise change to the particular directory)
- build and install nomacs by typing:
make install clean
other Linux distribution
- If there is no package available for your favorite distribution, you have to download the sources and compile nomacs according to the compile instructions.
if you are frequently using Matlab and you want the image sync functionality of nomacs, you can download this Matlab script and add it to your Matlab folder. Matlab images can then be displayed by typing:
>> nomacs(myImg, );
It is currently only supported on Windows (we would welcome contributions for other OS).
nomacs uses these libraries
Herbie – Diagnostics
Herbie is a small cpu monitoring tool. Download