As mentioned in the v2.8.0 for Linux download section, these are the two Debian packages prepared kindly by fellow developer Dareal Shinji https://github.com/darealshinji. You can install QuickHash as part of your main Linux system using dpkg on the command line or your Debian package manager software. SHA-1 hash : f42b7f7b297170910fdd2b9eac94440da47318bc quickhash_2.8.0-1_amd64.deb SHA-1 hash : c70e0bf54d3aae4dac14ea8c3b230e06ddb8a366 [...]
This download includes two pre-compiled binaries of QuickHash - one for 32-bit systems and one for 64-bit systems. Unlike Windows platforms, you must use the appropriate one for your system architecture. 64-bit is recommended, especially in light of the newly added xxHash hash algorithm that better utilises 64-bit CPU and memory space. After extracting files [...]
I am delighted to list this - the first Debian package for any Linux system based on the Debian packaging system. By installing the package, the program will be listed in your repoistory and the main Menu with an icon, meaning you can launch the program from the menu or by simply typing 'quickhash' into [...]
This is the latest v2.7.0 of QuickHash for Linux. Note that it will only work with graphical Linux systems like Linum Mint, Elementary OS, Ubunut etc. It will not work with command line only distributions, typically server systems and so on. Note that there is a 32-bit and 64-bit version. You must use the appropriate [...]
With v2.0 of the program came the new tabbed interface. The first released version of v2.0 can still be downloaded from Sourceforge (until further notice) but they all led up to the current release of v220.127.116.11 and is, as of Dec 2016, the latest version. Some thought was given as to whether every single release [...]
This was the first major improvement in the product after the v1.0 release and was first committed to Sourceforge in January 2013, two years after v1.0. For completeness, the release notes can be found for the Windows entry of the same version. The versions between v1.0 and 1.5.6 were never widely released though some copies [...]
The first version of QuickHash, first made available back in 2011! It's where the story began, and although users should not use this anymore, it is hosted here still as a mark of respect!