may require to
install some components of gtk/gdk libraries, as i.e. libgdk_pixbuf,
see full list of dependencies
installing GTK2 packages
version packages requires Qt 4.3.4 or more recent, and needs
and libqt4pas5 installed; it is recommended you install most up to date
missing libraries using distribution-specific methods, i.e. apt-get
install libqt4pas5:i386. See full list of dependencies
for installing Qt packages
are built for: Debian,
Ubuntu/Kubuntu, Knoppix, ...
RPM packages are built for: Fedora, Mandriva,
SUSE, Red Hat,
TGZ packages are
buit for Slackware based distibutions.
ACE files extraction requires
to download and install UNACE Plugin for
Linux, based on WinAce unace code, that being incompatible with Open
Source distribution model is provided as separate package, see Add-ons page
RAR files extraction is
supported out of the box, including new RAR5
format, using OpenSource unrar tool from 7-Zip/p7zip project.
On Add-ons page it is featured UNRAR5 Plugin for Linux, based on
(WinRar) RarLab's unrar code, that is not compatible with Open Source
distribution model and is provided as separate download: it is made
avaliable only as alternative to Open Source p7zip's unrar
To reduce the dependencies the installers has to satisfy to
successfully run on the host system, all backend binaries (except
p7zip) were moved to Optional
external package (see optional formats dependencies
is needed for Linux installable versions to handle arc, lpaq, paq,
zpaq, quad, and upx. To install this package, simply extract its
content to PeaZip's res/ directory.
This package is optional and it is meant only for Linux installable
versions, Portable versions already comes with all the backend binaries.
If one of generic GTK2 or Qt installers provided on this page does not
work on the
target machine, please consider about using a Portable version (no
chance of issue with package management system preventing the
installation of the entire package due to missing dependencies for some
backend binaries), or to
search your distribution's software repository for distribution /
specific packages (either built compiling from sources with most
options, or simply re-packing the application with latest package
manager supported for the system), that are generally recommended for
user experience on GNU/Linux systems.
folder in PeaZip's directory contains script
examples for integrating Portable versions in the host system, or to
enhance / customize integration of installable packages.
can find some external
software repositories, some providing custom compile / build /
file archiver utility for GNU/Linux: