There are binaries for Windows on the official Sourceforge » download site.
There are binaries for OS X (big and little endian) on the official Sourceforge » download site.
Many major Linux distributions (Red Hat, SuSE,...) have QLandkarte within their package distribution system. Simply have a look at your package manager. Distributions based on Debian, e.g. Ubuntu always lack a recent version. Thus Ubuntu users should have a look » here.
If your distribution does not provide QLandkarte GT in the latest version you can compile it yourself. Make sure you have installed:
- C++ development tools
- CMake, version >=2.8
- QT including development files, version >= 4.6
- GDAL including development files, version >= 1.8
- Proj4 including development files, version >= 4.8
To compile the project extract the source archive in a temporary path:
tar xvf qlandkartegt-XXX.targz
Alternatively you can check-out the bleeding edge via subversion:
svn checkout svn://svn.code.sf.net/p/qlandkartegt/code/QLandkarteGT/trunk qlandkartegt
Create a build path in parallel to the source path:
Use CMake to create the makefiles:
If cmake does not report errors you can compile and install the project:
sudo make install