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  • Windows 8 or later
  • Linux Ubuntu 20.04+ / Mint 20+ / Fedora 32+ and many other
  • macOS 11+ (Big Sur or later)


  1. Download the installer Artemis-Windows-x86_64-4.x.x.exe in the Assets menu from the LATEST RELEASE and follow the guided procedure to complete the installation process.


  1. On Linux, the xcb plugin is utilized to supply the essential functionality required for Qt GUI and Qt Widgets to operate on X11. On some Linux distributions the required dependencies are already met, but in many cases, you will need to install them. To install the dependencies use:

    Debian-based distro (Ubuntu, Mint, Pop! OS, Kali, ...)
    sudo apt install libxcb-cursor0
  2. Download Artemis-Linux-x86_64-4.x.x.tar in the Assets menu from the LATEST RELEASE and extract the tarball archive in a folder of your choice.

  3. Before running app.bin, be sure to have the executable permissions to the binary file with:

    chmod 700 app.bin

Create a Shortcut

  1. To create a direct shortcut (in the main menu) launch the bash script in the terminal with the command:


This script will:

  • Set the correct read/write privileges of the Artemis folder
  • Create the artemis.desktop file (shortcut) in /home/$USER/.local/share/applications
  • Move the Artemis icon file to /usr/share/icons

Mac OS


The macOS support is temporarily limited!

The support for the macOS compiled version of the program is temporarily limited due to a lack of machines for extensive testing. To use Artemis on a macOS device, you have the following options:

  • Run the program directly from the source: Follow the instructions provided in this chapter to launch the program from the source code.
  • Compile the Artemis 4 binaries on your machine: In this case, you can contribute by reporting any issues you encounter by opening an Issue.
  • Use the last available compiled version (3.2.1): Although this version is no longer officially supported, it remains available for use: Artemis-3.2.1.dmg.