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This page contains download links for an older version of Tux Paint. At this time, the current version has not been built for this platform.
July 21, 2023 - Tux Paint 0.9.31 and friends have been released and are available for Microsoft Windows, Apple macOS, Red Hat Linux, Slackware Linux, various Linux distributions (via Flatpak), & Haiku. (Updated July 22, 2023.)
July 1, 2023 - We've posted a series of interviews with artists who use Tux Paint. Visit the Interviews page to read them!

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FreeBSD Packages

Tux Paint is available in the FreeBSD Ports tree. It comes in four parts:

Tux Paint
The core program and data-files (user interface graphics, sound effects, etc.)
Tux Paint Config. (optional)
A graphical configuration tool for parents and teachers.
Rubber Stamps (optional)
A collection of 'rubber stamp' images (and corresponding data and sound effects) for the "Stamp" tool.
Locale Fonts (optional)
A collection of the various locale-specific fonts needed to run Tux Paint in Chinese, Georgian, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Tamil, Thai or Vietnamese.

Each part is available as either a port (compiled from source), or a package (pre-built binary) that may be installed using the pkg command.

The following information was last checked on August 15, 2023.

Tux Paint

Tux Paint Config.

Rubber Stamps

Locale Fonts

Did you know? Tux Paint is named after Tux the penguin, the mascot of the Linux operating system. "Tux" is short for tuxedo.