Inrimage official Home Page

Last version: 4.6.8 (december 2017)



$ wget
  # OR if you use Ubuntu
$ wget
  # OR if you use Raspbian
$ wget
  # then:
$ sudo dpkg -i inrimage_4.6.8-{your_system}.deb
$ sudo aptitude install inrimage
  • If your system is 32 bits, choose:
$ wget


$ wget 
$ su 
$ rpm -iv inrimage-4.6.8-static_R1.x86_64.rpm 
  • If your system is 32 bits, choose:
$ wget


  • The recommanded way is to use Homebrew. First install Homebrew:

    $ /usr/bin/ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL"

    Second, install Inrimage:

    $ brew tap bereziat/inrimage
    $ brew install inrimage

    or manually, install dependencies and compile:

    $ brew install libjpeg libpng netpbm libtiff libmpeg2 jasper gtk+ gcc wget hdf5
    $ wget
    $ tar xvfz inrimage-4.6.8.tar.gz
    $ cd inrimage-4.6.8
    $ ./configure --prefix=/usr/local/inrimage
    $ make
    $ make install
  • Without Homebrew, it is possible to compile inrimage. You need Xcode (or more simply the Xcode command line tools): just type gcc in your terminal and follow instructions if gcc is not installed on your computer. You also need a Fortran compiler, it can been found at this location:


  • You first have to install Cygwin/X. Then you can try to compile inrimage, or retreive a recent build (Windows 8, 64 bits):
$ cd /
$ curl | tar xz

Date: 2017-12-15 Ven 00:00

Author: Dominique Béréziat