The platform specific installers can
install the NumericalChameleon on your operating system. Once
installed you can deinstall it whenever you want, residue-free. Alternatively you can use the portable solution,
e.g. an USB flash drive.
For Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, Windows
10 and the Server Variants called Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2012.
Attention: for Windows versions older than Widows 7, a suitable JRE must be
installed before you run the installer, otherwise the installer tries to
download and install Java 8 which won't work with older Windows versions.
Download the .exe-File
and start the installer
using admin permissions. Click through the install wizard. Please see also
the detailled Step by
for the installation of the NumericalChameleons
for Debian, Ubuntu, Mint, Knoppix, Linspire, Xandros, Damn Small Linux,
Dowload the .deb-file
and enter on the command
$ sudo dpkg -i ./numericalchameleon*.deb
Alternatively, open the .deb-package using the file manager of your
operating systems which starts the graphical packetmanager on many systems.
Just follow the instructions coming from the package manager in order to
install the software. The .deb extracts all required files to the folder
called /usr/share/numericalchameleon and it creates an suitable menu item,
preassumed that Gnome or KDE is installed.
for Red Hat, Fedora, CentOS, openSUSE, Mandriva, Mageia, Unity, etc.
Dowload the .rpm-file
and enter on the command
$ su -
# rpm -ivh numericalchameleon*.rpm
for Arch, Gentoo, Puppy, Slackware, and all others or if you simply
don't like package manager.
Download the .bin-file
and start the self extracting script using root permissions ...
sudo bash ./nc-*-install.bin
The self extracting-script extracts all required files to the folder called
/usr/share/numericalchameleon and it creates an suitable menu item,
preasumed that Gnome or KDE is installed. In addition to that an
uninstaller will be created that can be used to uninstall the NC from your
Alternatively you can install manually. That is useful if you don't have
Download the .tar.bz2-file
and extract the
tarball to a folder of your choice:
bunzip2 < ./nc-*.tar.bz2 | tar xfv -
Apple Mac OS X / OS X / macOS
Downlaod the .dmg-file
, open it and move the
NumericalChameleon icon to the Applications. Alternatively go the portable
e.g. for Solaris, FreeBSD, PC-BSD, HP-UX, etc.
see also Linux
(without Debian- or rpm-Paketmanagement)
(on Solaris 10 an earlier you can obtain root permissions using su rather
than with sudo)