Qucs 0.0.18 for Windows
built with Mingw-w64-i686 v4.8.2, Qt4.8.6, includes ADMS 2.3.4, Freehdl 0.0.8, iverilog 0.9.6 (20130827) and Mingw-w64
Qucs 0.0.17 for Mac OSX
Build with Qt4.8, includes Freehdl 0.0.8 and iverilog 0.9.6
Note: Qucs 0.0.18 for Mac OSX is in preparation.
- The official package for Ubuntu is provided using a
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:qucs/qucs sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install qucs
Available for download here.
|Logo||Link||Maintainer / Packager||Comment|
|Qucs on Mac OSX||Guilherme Brondani Torri <email@example.com>||native package with Qt4, ASCO, freehdl and iverilog; for Intel and MacOSX 10.5+|
|Qucs installer for Win32||Frans Schreuder <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Qt4/Windows mingw innoSetup|
|kde-apps.org||Michael Margraf <email@example.com>||Qucs is registered at KDE-apps database|
|Qucs at Gentoo||Marcus D. Hanwell <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Qucs at Debian||Jose L. Redrejo Rodriguez <email@example.com>||also FreeHDL and Icarus Verilog available|
|Qucs at FreeBSD||Dag-Erling Smorgrav <des@FreeBSD.org>|
|SuSE RPM||Erasmo Alonso Iglesias <firstname.lastname@example.org>||also the appropriate FreeHDL package available|
|Qucs at OpenSuSE||Werner Hoch <email@example.com>||available for OpenSuSE versions 10.2, 10.3 and 11.0|
|Qucs at Ubuntu||Frans Schreuder <firstname.lastname@example.org>||PPA repository: ppa:qucs/qucs|
|Qucs on Puppy Linux||Mike Masterson <email@example.com>||also available here|
|Qucs at NetBSD||Vincent Habchi <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Qucs on IRIX||Frederick Isaac <email@example.com>||part of the nekochan project, native build of freely available packages|
As already mentioned there is an installer package for
Qucs for Win32 systems. The relocations of the package
(the location where the package gets installed) is mainly
steered by environment variables. During a normal installation
the appropriate environment variables are automatically set for
the user who installed the package.
One of them must be emphasised: HOME. During installation an appropriate file system location will be found. When it was already set then the previous value is assumed. The location decides where the project, intermediate and configuration files will be saved. So when the user wonders about missing project files or lost configuration it's worth to have a look at the environment variables.
If FreeHDL is meant to be used for digital simulation then also the binary package must be downloaded and installed. It requires the MinGW32 compiler. If it is not already installed, it's possible to install a prepared binary package for this, too. It contains the minimal MinGW32 installation required to work with FreeHDL.