Huggle is very easy to install.
- Step 1: Go to the download page and download the latest stable version for your operating system.
- Step 2: Follow the instructions on download page in order to install Huggle
That's it! Huggle should be fully operational.
Instructions per OSEdit
Huggle is distributed in 3 flavors for windows:
- MSVC-32: Windows Vista and newer for 32-bit CPU
- MSVC-64: Windows Vista and newer for 64-bit CPU
- MinGW-32: All Windows versions for 32-bit CPU, may run slower than the MSVC versions
Download the .dmg file from download page, open it and copy huggle to your Applications folder. Huggle should appear in the Launchpad immediately.
First, verify that Canonical's Snap is installed by typing snap in a terminal window. Then, follow the instructions below.
Debian distributions without snapEdit
If your Linux distro does not come with snap or if you prefer to build it manually, then you can compile it manually.
First, install the requried packages with APT.
sudo apt update && sudo apt install git build-essential gcc cmake qt5-default qtmultimedia5-dev qtwebengine5-dev
Next, clone the repository with Git:
git clone https://github.com/huggle/huggle3-qt-lx.git && cd huggle3-qt-lx && git submodule init && git submodule update && git checkout tags/3.4.10
Finally, to build and install Huggle, run this script:
./configure --extension --web-engine cd release make sudo make install sudo ldconfig cd
If you did this correctly, you should have a working install of Huggle! To start Huggle, type:
Arch distributions without snapEdit
Huggle is available in the Arch User Repository. You can install it with yay/yaourt/pacaur/any other AUR helper, e.g.
yay -S huggle
There is also the huggle-git package for the development version.
Ubuntu and Linux distributions with snapEdit
On all linux distributions with snap preinstalled (such as Ubuntu 16.04 and newer), Huggle can be installed as easily as this:
sudo snap install huggle
It can also installed from Ubuntu software which is preinstalled in Ubuntu 16.04 and newer.