Selected Platform: Linux 64Bit (Ubuntu 18.04)
For details on changes in this release, see MeVisLab Release Notes. Please read the Licensing page for MeVisLab licensing details.
MeVisLab makes use of open source libraries which require publishing their source code. The source code for these libraries can be obtained here:
MeVisLab has been tested on Ubuntu 18.04. Other systems have not been tested, but there is a good chance that it will run if the systems libc version is 2.27 or higher . Since it was built on a Ubuntu 18.04, and compiled with GCC 7, it might be safer to use that if you plan to compile own C++ modules. You will need about 7GB of free disk space for MeVisLab.
Download the installer, make it executable  and start it. Passing --help as argument will list all available install options.
After the installation a readme files is displayed. It addresses some Linux specific MeVisLab topics.
 The version number can be obtained by executing '/lib/libc.so*' or perhaps '/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so*'
 The installer can be made executable by the command 'chmod u+x MeVisLabSDK*.bin'