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Latest revision as of 17:18, 24 November 2017

This page keeps track of available binary packages for the ORFEO ToolBox.

  • Since OTB 5.2.0 Monteverdi1 and Monteverdi2 are not packaged anymore. Monteverdi version 3.0.0 is the single package that replace both packages.
  • Ice has been merged into OTB in release 5.4 and is not packaged anymore.

Linux

Distribution Version Package repository Maintainer OTB Ice Monteverdi
Ubuntu precise trusty vivid launchpad.net OTB dev team 5.2.0 0.4.0 3.0.0
Debian orfeo-toolbox.org OTB dev team 5.2.0 0.4.0 (not started) 3.0.0 (not started)
Fedora 22, 23 copr.fedoraproject.org OTB dev team 5.2.0 0.4.0 3.0.0
OpenSUSE 13.1, 13.2, 42.1 build.opensuse.org Angelos Tzotsos 5.2.0 0.4.0 3.0.0
GNU/Linux (*) (portable) orfeo-toolbox.org OTB dev team 5.4.0
  • (*) This is a self extracting portable archive that works on any GNU/Linux system. If the Linux distro you have is not listed in the above table. Please use these portable binaries.

Windows

OSGeo4W

  • Standalone installers are only available for Monteverdi and Mapla. All external libraries(GDAL, ITK, OSSIM....) shipped with installer are taken from OSGeo4W.
  • We are not able to provide a recent version(1.8.20-3) of OSSIM in OSGeo4W. The issue is with OSGeo4W packaging guidelines and is out of scope of otb developers.
OS version Package repository Maintainer OTB Ice (otb-ice) Monteverdi + Mapla (otb-monteverdi)
Windows 7 x86 OSGeo4W OTB dev team 5.2.0 0.4.0 3.0.0
Windows 7 x86_64 OSGeo4W OTB dev team 5.2.0 0.4.0 3.0.0

MinGW

  • MinGW binaries provides GDAL 2.0 and Sentinel2 driver support.
OS version Package repository Maintainer OTB Monteverdi Mapla
Windows 7/8/10 x86 Zip Archives (MinGW) rashadkm, MXE 5.2.0 3.0.0 3.0.0
Windows 7/8/10 x86_64 Zip Archives (MinGW) rashadkm, MXE 5.2.0 3.0.0 3.0.0

NSIS Installer

  • NSIS installers are only available for Monteverdi. All external libraries(GDAL, ITK, OSSIM....) shipped with installer are taken from OSGeo4W.
  • The installer contains OTB Applications and Mapla, Montevedi executables.
OS version Package repository Maintainer Mapla + Monteverdi
7 NSIS Installers OTB dev team 3.0.0 3.0.0

Mac OS X

OS version Package repository Maintainer OTB Mapla Monteverdi
10.10 MacPort julien.malik, stromnov, openmaintainer 4.0.0 1.22 0.8
10.10 OSGeo4Mac dakcarto 4.2.0 (not started) 0.8.0
10.10 DMG Installer OTB dev team 0.4.0 Mapla 3.0.0 Monteverdi

There is an issue about support of OTB 5.0.0 here.

Support

Binary packages are updated with every release. In case you find any issues using them, You should:

  • Contact OTB-dev mailing list.
  • File a bug report on our issue tracker.
  • In either case, please provide information about your OS, distro, version and any other information you think may help us in fixing the problem.
  • I found this web article that might be useful for beginners. It is not mandatory to follow this, but doing so will surely get you better and fast response!

Contacts

  • OTB dev team <otb-developers at googlegroups dot com>
  • Angelos Tzotsos <gcpp.kalxas at gmail dot com >
  • ArArgyridis <arargyridis at gmail dot com >
  • dakcarto <larrys at dakotacarto dot com>
  • stromnov ?
  • openmaintainer ?