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Rawtherapee installation
« on: March 11, 2011, 10:59:49 am »
I have installed Rawtherapee on my laptop (Ubuntu 10.10) no  but, can't seem to install it on 10.04, any ideas?
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Re: Rawtherapee installation
« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2011, 01:10:36 pm »
There is no rawtherapee package in the Lucid repos, but it IS available online.

Maverick's version 3.0, according to the Rawtherapee website isn't stable yet... so they only have version 2.4.1 available for download.
(well in truth there v3.0 are branch builds available, but I'd stear clear for now)

32bit version:

64bit version:

Rawtherapee Homepage:

To install... you don't have to, it's standalone... just unpack, and double-click the "rt" executable to run.

OR if you actually want it INSTALLED on a 10.04 system... GetDeb, have packaged them as .deb packages which should sort out dependencies for you.

32bit .deb direct package download (from GetDeb):

64bit .deb direct package download (from GetDeb):

Just double-click the .deb to install.

OR, you could add the RawTherapee PPA and install rawtherapee 3.0 (alpha) by following these instructions:

Open a terminal and enter these 3 commands:
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sudo add-apt-repository ppa:rawtherapee/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install rawtherapee

This RawTherapee PPA contains versions for Lucid and Karmic.


Future readers might also want to take a look at  rawstudio, which is available in the Ubuntu repos. ?

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sudo apt-get install rawstudio

You'll then find it in at Applications>Graphics>Rawstudio

Website/Screenshots here, in case you want to take a look:
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Re: Rawtherapee installation
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