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{{PlatformsMenu}}{{Minibox | logo=Tux.png | blurb=[https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Linus_Torvalds Talk is cheap. Show me the code.]<br>—Linus Torvalds}}[[wikipedia:Linux|Linux]] (also known as [[wikipedia:GNU/Linux naming controversy|GNU/Linux]]) is an [[open source]] family of desktop operating systems. It is [https://www.netmarketshare.com/operating-system-market-share.aspx the third most common desktop computing platform] after [[Windows]] and [[macOS]]. This page details issues specific to using [[ImageJ]] on Linux systems.
 
{{PlatformsMenu}}{{Minibox | logo=Tux.png | blurb=[https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Linus_Torvalds Talk is cheap. Show me the code.]<br>—Linus Torvalds}}[[wikipedia:Linux|Linux]] (also known as [[wikipedia:GNU/Linux naming controversy|GNU/Linux]]) is an [[open source]] family of desktop operating systems. It is [https://www.netmarketshare.com/operating-system-market-share.aspx the third most common desktop computing platform] after [[Windows]] and [[macOS]]. This page details issues specific to using [[ImageJ]] on Linux systems.
  
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Some flavors of Linux make [[ImageJ 1.x]] available as a package. Do not install ImageJ this way—you will not receive [[ImageJ2]], and you will have problems installing additional plugins. For the time being, it is recommended to [[Fiji/Downloads|download the Linux 64-bit distribution of Fiji]].
 
Some flavors of Linux make [[ImageJ 1.x]] available as a package. Do not install ImageJ this way—you will not receive [[ImageJ2]], and you will have problems installing additional plugins. For the time being, it is recommended to [[Fiji/Downloads|download the Linux 64-bit distribution of Fiji]].

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Linux (also known as GNU/Linux) is an open source family of desktop operating systems. It is the third most common desktop computing platform after Windows and macOS. This page details issues specific to using ImageJ on Linux systems.


Installation

Some flavors of Linux make ImageJ 1.x available as a package. Do not install ImageJ this way—you will not receive ImageJ2, and you will have problems installing additional plugins. For the time being, it is recommended to download the Linux 64-bit distribution of Fiji.

HiDPI displays

You can make ImageJ 1.x scale better on HiDPI displays by installing a Java 9 prerelease. See this forum post. Unfortunately, ImageJ2 and Fiji do not yet launch using Java 9, due to limitations of the ImageJ Launcher and ImageJ Legacy components.

Troubleshooting

See the Troubleshooting page.

Frequently Asked Questions

See the Frequently Asked Questions page.