Installation on Debian, Ubuntu and derivatives
It's possible to download the deb package from the Download page and install it using:
cd "~/folder with the downloaded file" sudo dpkg -i "file name.deb"
Installation on Arch Linux and derivatives
In the AUR you can find the latest available version, it can be downloaded and built using yaourt (or a similar AUR helper) using
yaourt -S bluewho and then following the AUR helper instructions.
The development version is also available in the AUR and can be installed using yaourt (or a similar AUR helper) with
yaourt -S bluewho-git.
It's possible to download the tar.zst package from the Download page and install it using:
cd "~/folder with the downloaded file" sudo pacman -U "bluewho-version.tar.zst"
Installation from source code with Python 3
If the prebuilt package will not be available for your distribution you can use the source code package to install BlueWho using:
cd "~/folder with the downloaded file" mkdir build tar xzf "file name.pkg.tar.gz" -C build cd build/bluewho-* python3 setup.py build sudo python3 setup.py install sudo gtk-update-icon-cache -q /usr/share/icons/hicolor/ sudo xdg-icon-resource forceupdate sudo xdg-desktop-menu forceupdate cd ..
After the installation, if no errors were reported the folder build can be removed from root or via
sudo rm -rf "build" and the same for the downloaded source package.
After executing the manual installation from source code an automatic software uninstall will not be possibile but you will have to manually delete all the installed files that were reported during the last installation step.