The Panopticon project distributes binary builds for Ubuntu Xenial, Debian Stretch, 64 bit Windows and OS X Yosemite. There is no release process, the binaries are build from the current master branch. On top of that there are unofficial packages for Gentoo and Arch Linux.
After installing you may want to check out the user documentation.
Go to the files.panopticon.re, download the file appropriate to your operation system and install it. The Panopticon application is called qtpanopticon.
The build is distributed as a zip file. Download and uncompress it. The Panopticon binary is called
qtpanopticon.exe. In case you get an error message about missing CRL dlls, run
vcredist_x64.exe to install them.
sudo dpkg -i /path/to/deb/file sudo apt-get install -f
Download the RPM file and install it using the following commands:
sudo dnf install /path/to/rpm/file
There is a ebuild for Panopticon maintained in the das-labor overlay we can use. We will also need the Rust toolchain in the rust overlay. First, install the overlay by typing the following into the console:
sudo layman -a rust sudo layman -a das-labor
Now, we can unmask the git version and compile Panopticon:
sudo sh -c 'echo "=dev-util/panopticon-9999 ~amd64" >> /etc/portage/package.keywords/das-labor' emerge panopticon
Panopticon is in the AUR. Simply download the PKGBUILD script and type the following into the console:
makepkg -isp /path/to/PKGBUILD
The build is distributed as a DMG. Download the file and open it in Finder. Move the
Panopticon.app it into the applications directory and start it. In case you get an error preventing you from opening a application from an unidentified source, press CTRL while clicking the icon, select "Open" and ignore the warning.