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Ubuntu packages

Ubuntu comes with darktable packages. You can install them with

If you need a newer version than what is included in your distribution, check out the third party packages section.

Install

Fedora packages

Fedora ships with darktable. A simple command should be enough.

If you need a newer version than what is included in your distribution, check out the third party packages section.

openSUSE packages

  • Rainlendar - Customizable desktop calendar. Rainlendar2 will be installed in a different folder than the previous version (Rainlendar 0.22.1) so it is not necessary to uninstall the old version before you try the new one.
  • Before we install OS X, we’ll need to set up VirtualBox so the OS X install disc can boot correctly. Here’s what you need to do: Step 1: Launch VirtualBox and click the New button. Give your new virtual machine a name (I just called it “Mac OS X”) and set the operating system to “Mac OS X Server (64-bit)”.

openSUSE ships with darktable. A simple zypper install darktable should be enough.

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If you have an iMac Pro or Mac Pro with 128GB of memory (RAM) or more, your startup disk needs at least as much free storage space as your Mac has memory. 2 An external USB flash drive with a storage capacity of 16GB or more, unless you're using a Mac that doesn't need a flash drive to install Windows.

If you need a newer version than what is included in your distribution, check out the third party packages section.

Arch Linux

  • thx to chressie for this, arch is non-ancient :)

Funtoo/Gentoo Linux

darktable is in portage!

RHEL / Scientific Linux / Centos

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Debian

(Of course) there is a darktable package in the Debian repositories.

darktable can be installed by running

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If you need a newer version than what is included in your distribution, check out the third party packages section.

Solaris

The darktable Solaris packages are provided and maintained by James. You can find his website here with all the packages provided: https://www.jmcpdotcom.com/blog/category/darktable/.

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He has both the darktable packages and a dependency package in case this is the first time you are installing darktable on your system.

FreeBSD

darktable is available in the FreeBSD Ports Collection. It can be installed, pre-compiled, from the standard package repository.

To install darktable on your system, run

Microsoft Windows

  • Read the Windows version specific section in the FAQ first.
  • Download the latest Windows installer for darktable.
  • Run it and install darktable.

macOS

  • Download the latest DMG disk image for darktable
  • Mount the thing
  • Pull the darktable icon into applications folder
  • Good luck :)

This bundle supports macOS versions starting with 10.7 (Lion) running on 64 bit Intel architecture.

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What to do with dialog saying “darktable” can’t be opened because it was not downloaded from the Mac App Store:

  • Locate darktable in Applications folder (or wherever you installed it) using Finder
  • Do “Open” via context menu
  • You will be presented with similar-looking dialog, but this time there will be second button allowing you to run the application
  • After that you will be able to start darktable without this trick (well, until you update it, then you will have to do above steps again)

or you can prevent this from happening by running xattr -d com.apple.quarantine ~/Downloads/darktable*.dmg command before mounting the image (or xattr -dr com.apple.quarantine /Applications/darktable.app after installing).

macOS MacPorts

darktable can be installed through MacPorts:

macOS Homebrew

darktable can be installed through Homebrew:

OBS

The OBS allows packagers to provide packages for multiple distributions.

Right now the darktable packages listed below are built for the following Linux distributions:

Right now this means for the stable package: Unzip zip file mac terminal.

  • Debian 9, 10, Next aka Testing
  • Fedora 29, 30, 31, Rawhide
  • openSUSE 15.0, 15.1, Tumbleweed
  • Ubuntu 18.04, 19.04, 19.10, 20.04 (only latest release, not snapshot from stable release branch)

For master we build for the following distributions because of missing required packages in older distributions:

  • Debian 9, 10, Next aka Testing
  • Fedora 29, 30, 31, Rawhide
  • openSUSE 15.0, 15.1, Tumbleweed
  • Ubuntu 18.04, 19.04, 19.10, 20.04

The available packages are:

Backports for Debian

A description on how to enable the backports repository can be found here: https://backports.debian.org/Instructions/

Prerequisites

  • *nix (tested: Debian, Ubuntu, Arch Linux, Funtoo, Gentoo, Fedora, Macintosh OS X with Macports)
  • We strongly recommend using a 64bit operating system!
  • Required packages: libsqlite3, libjpeg, libpng, libpugixml, rawspeed (supplied), gtk+-3, cairo, lcms2, exiv2, tiff, curl, gphoto2, dbus-glib, fop, openexr, libsoup2.4
  • Required: gcc >= 5.0
  • Grab the latest source tarball (recent version: darktable 3.4.1) – make sure to use the .tar.xz file and not the auto generated .zip or .tar.gz!
  • Install the dependencies. For details see the link below.
  • Unpack:

  • Then either do

  • or, manually:

  • In order to get darktable displayed along with your other applications you need to set a symlink:

For a more complete set of instructions for different distributions have a look at our Wiki.

First a word of warning: Using the development version of darktable might be risky in that it can break anytime, kill your edits, eat your kittens or do other nasty things. It is also not guaranteed that XMP sidecars written by a development version will work with a release version. It is also quite certain that any older version of darktable will NOT be able to read the database once a development build updated it to the latest schema. So for your own safety and our sanity, do make backups of your XMP files as well as your library.db and data.db (by default it is in ~/.config/darktable/) BEFORE upgrading to the self compiled git version. That being said, it should be quite safe to actually use it and never go back, so all of this might be no issue for you at all. Just keep in mind that IF you ever want to go back it might be hard.

Be sure to have all the build dependencies installed. You can find a list of them here. If you don’t have it already, install git from your distribution’s repositories. For Ubuntu:

Cloning for the first time

The cloned files from the git repository are now stored in $HOME/darktable.

Getting rawspeed submodule

Building with build.sh

The files get prepared to be installed in /opt. If you want to install at another place, you have to type:

After the build process finished you can install darktable:

Updating existing git-files

Building manually

make and install

Starting the program

Let’s rock!