Installation instructions

In this article, you can learn how to install the program on Windows, Mac OS X and even on Linux.

So, in order to install the program, you will need an installation file. You can download it on the downloads page. Go to it, select the installation file for your operating system and download it.


1. Open the folder with the downloaded installation file.
2. Right-click on it.
3. In the context menu select the "Run as administrator" item.
4. In the appeared window of the system of the control of the user accounts it is necessary to allow the launch of the installer. In Windows 8 and later, you first need to click on the "Show details" link and then allow the installer to run.
5. Then, the installation wizard opens, and you can select the installation language and the folder in which the program will be located.
6. After completing all the steps of the installation wizard, a shortcut to the program appears on the desktop and in the start folder.

Mac OS X

1. Open the folder with the downloaded installation file.
2. Double click on it.
3. In the window that appears, drag the program icon to the "Applications" folder on your computer.
4. The program will be installed for all users of your computer.


Ubuntu, Mint, Debian and other deb-based

From Software Center

1. Open the folder with the downloaded installation file.
2. Right-click on it.
3. In the context menu select the item "Open with the Software Center".
4. In the Software Center window click the "Install" button (or "Update" if you already installed the previous version).
5. At the end of the installation, an indicator appears in the Application Center that the program has been successfully installed.

From command line

To install the program from the command line, use the following command:

sudo dpkg -i scenarist-setup.deb

Published: 21 August 2017


Pepe 19.04.2019 at 07:02 # Reply
Hola! Quisiera saber cómo instalar el programa en Chrome OS. Ojalá me puedan ayudar. Muchas gracias.
dimkanovikov 01.05.2019 at 17:15 # Reply
Hello Pepe. Currently, we don't have a separate version for the Chrome OS, but you can try to install our Android app on it.
cristianochs 21.10.2019 at 22:14 # Reply
unfortunately i can't install on fedora 30. could you help me?
dimkanovikov 14.11.2019 at 22:54 # Reply
Hello, my friend. Thanks for your report. Plan to publish version compatible with the latest Fedora distributive with the next update.
John 01.12.2019 at 14:16 # Reply
It doens't start...
I installed the deb on my system (Jessie), all smooth, but upon launching the app I get this:

$ scenarist
/usr/share/KIT/Scenarist/Scenarist: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/ no version information available (required by /usr/share/KIT/Scenarist/libs/
/usr/share/KIT/Scenarist/Scenarist: relocation error: /usr/share/KIT/Scenarist/libs/ symbol dbus_message_get_allow_interactive_authorization, version LIBDBUS_1_3 not defined in file with link time reference

Any idea on how to move forward?

Thanks in advance, have a nice day. ;)
dimkanovikov 11.01.2020 at 17:01 # Reply
Hello Jonh. I'm sorry for the long reply. Try to install the latest version. Now it should work fine on Jessie.
JePr 28.12.2019 at 01:01 # Reply
Fedora 30:
Just installed KIT scenarist on Fedora 30:
downloaded package (rpm) and opened the containing directory; right click on the filename and install with dnfdragora..
Application shows in the menu under " Office "
Application works as described in documentation... No Problem ;)

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