Third Party Packages

Arch Linux

A package for Arch Linux is available in the AUR (Arch User Repository).

Bodhi

Shutter is available in the Bodhi repositories.

Debian

There are official Debian packages available (currently in the unstable and testing distrubution):

You can install it by using the package manager or the following command:

apt-get install shutter
Fedora

Shutter is available in Fedora’s official repository, so just install it with:

yum install shutter
Frugalware Linux

A package for Frugalware is offered here.

Gentoo

Shutter is included in Gentoo Portage, so just install it with:

emerge shutter
Linux Mint

A description and reviews can be found here. You can install it by using the package manager or the following command:

sudo apt-get install shutter
Mandriva/Mageia

Here you can find some packages for Mandriva.

You might also want to have a look at the MIB project’s website. In order to add the repository to your system go to http://urpmi.mandriva.ru/?language=en.

openSUSE

A package for openSUSE can be found here.

PCLinuxOS

Packages for PCLinuxOS are offered here.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux (and Derivatives like CentOS, Scientific Linux etc.)

One of our users (Nux) provides a small repository for RHEL 6. The repository is designed to coexist with Fedora’s EPEL repository.
In order to add those repos to your system and install Shutter you can use the following commands:

rpm -Uvh http://download.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/6/i386/epel-release-6-8.noarch.rpm
rpm -Uvh http://li.nux.ro/download/nux/dextop/el6/x86_64/nux-dextop-release-0-1.el6.nux.noarch.rpm 
yum install shutter
Slackware

A package for Slackware can be found here.

aptosid (formerly known as Sidux)

Due to the fact that aptosid is based on Debian’s unstable tree (called “sid”) there are official packages as well.

You can install it by using the package manager or the following command:

apt-get install shutter
Ubuntu

Karmic Koala (9.10) is the first version of Ubuntu that includes official Shutter packages (universe – community maintained section):

You can install it by using the package manager or the following command:

sudo apt-get install shutter



43 Comments

  1. MintyStark

    I am waiting for the day that Shutter includes capturing video.
    No need for anything fancy. See Kazam for Example. I have been looking for a Jing replacement for linux and shutter is the closest, but does not have video. FYI, Vidd.me is a website that allows for free anonymous of video uploads. Would be nice to have the videos automatically upload to vidd.me and you can paste the url.

  2. HI

    I am not install shutter in centos 6.4 so what will do so install shutter

  3. Donald Cooley

    Could you please update to show that shutter is available for Slackware 14.1? I am the new maintainer for the package at slackbuilds.org. Thank you.

  4. please, notify me if there is any way to install on a Apple’s OSX 10.6.8. thks m.

  5. Hi
    very nice tool. May I use on A Mac, OS X 10.6.8? Hiow?
    thanks
    cheers
    mario

  6. Hello,

    Which version of linux is better for the desktop version?

  7. Hi, how could I install it in slacko puppy 5.5?
    thank you,
    Juan

  8. Hello is possible install Shuuter in Chakra linux via manager?

  9. Hello guys, can someone tells me if this is working on Arch? Thanks ~



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