Getting information about new releases

This web is the only official source of CLEX news.

Getting the CLEX File Manager

Method 1: Downloading Linux RPM packages

All our RPMs are signed using this GPG key.

Latest version RPM

This package was built on Fedora 28.

This is a RHEL/CentOS 7 package.

Note: this is version patch8; patch9 was not built because the RHEL/CentOS 7 ships with NCURSES 5. Without NCURSES 6 the new CLEX version patch9 has exactly the same functionality as the old patch8.

Method 2: Compiling from sources

This is the way to install CLEX on any compatible Unix or Unix-like system. An ANSI/ISO C compiler is necessary to compile CLEX from the source code. You will also need the ncurses library with header files (usually packaged as ncurses-devel) which is part of most - if not all - system distributions.

Download the source and unpack it. Run ./configure and then make. Finally run make install as root. i.e. using sudo. Read the INSTALL file for detailed instructions.

In case you want to build an RPM package, run rpmbuild -tb clex-4.6.patch9.tar.gz.

The source code in .tar.gz format

SHA256 checksum:
67d8d67eb1e41299e808f96be0f877729804eebb6a92627a35b2eac527b7f0e5  clex-4.6.patch8.tar.gz
4c866d9d7bb4e276f1c54fb897d71f1d6390ec1535ffb174798a8334d1f545e2  clex-4.6.patch9.tar.gz

Method 3: Third party packages

CLEX software packages are also available from several external sources. As always, download only from a trusted source. Check the CLEX version number to make sure the repository is up to date. Many of them are not.

Other downloads

The HTML manual

SHA256 checksum:
3639200a7268d661d209601060e9bb68895653ffe75238a91c38da4b9c0f075e  clex-html-help-4.6.patch8.tar.gz
964f08143f5e66293082622a1487f25f4d1f8b5bb1dd560439ef9c5ba05d206a  clex-html-help-4.6.patch9.tar.gz

Text files (they are included in the source code archive)