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Arch Linux

Use aur package.


Use Fedora repository,
as root
dnf copr enable dvx/dxSolutions
dnf install dxreminders


Use Debian repository,
as root
echo 'deb version main' >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/dxsolutions.list
apt-get update
apt-get install dxreminders
You can add the repository key to apt like this:
wget -O - | apt-key add -
version change to jessie, stretch or buster.
You have to install libwxgtk3.0-0 from backports on wheezy.


Use ppa.


Use OpenSuse repository,
as root
zypper addrepo
zypper refresh
zypper install dxreminders
version change to Leap_42.2, Leap_42.3 or Tumbleweed etc.

Generic Linux

If you have a distribution using deb packages, try using the same approach as for Debian or Ubuntu.
If you have a distribution using RPM packages, try making your package manager to use Fedora repository or OpenSuse repository.
In other cases, you'll probably need to use the source code.


Download installer dxreminders-1.10.1-setup.exe

Download zip binary package


You need to use the source code.
Some a volunteer for make a port?

Mac OS X

Download disk image dxreminders-1.10.1.dmg

Source code

Download source code dxreminders-1.10.1.tar.gz

Open a terminal and browse into the extracted folder.


  1. Type 'mkdir build && cd build'.
  2. Type 'cmake ..' to configure the program. If you would like to install the program somewhere other than /usr/local, pass a new value for CMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX during configuration: 'cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/opt'.
  3. Type 'make' to compile the program.
  4. Type 'sudo make install' to install the program.


  1. Use cmake to configure the program.
  2. Use selected generator to compile the program.