Download xJigsaw

There is no need to install xpuz separately. Just unzip xjigsaw and run it. It will run from any folder without installation.

Debian based 64bit versions

xjigsaw 2.1.2 Build MI17-64
Built on Mint 17 64bit
Will run on Ubuntu 17  to 18.3.
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xjigsaw 2.1.2 Build MI19-64
Built on Mint 19 64bit
Will run on Ubuntu 18 and Mint 19.
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RHEL based 64 bit versions

xJigsaw 2.1.0 Build CEN7-210
Built on Centos 7 64 bit GTK
Runs on RHEL, Centos 7 64 bit
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xJigsaw 2.1.0 Build CEN7-210
Built on Centos 7 64bit X11
Runs on RHEL, Centos 7 64 bit
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X11 version will run on most 32bit distros

xJigsaw 2.1.0 Build ub10-210-x11
Built on Ubuntu 10 for X11
Should run on all mainstream distros. Tested on Ubuntu 10 to 14,  Mint 13 to 18, Puppy 5.4 to 6, Centos 6 to 7.1, OpenSuse12.3.
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Alternative 32bit debian based versions

xJigsaw 2.1.0 Build UB10-210 (libc 2.11)
Built on Ubuntu 10
Runs on Mint 13 to 18, Ubuntu 10-15, Debian 7,8, Puppy 5,6, any using glibc 2.11 or higher etc.
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xJigsaw 2.1.0 Build MI17-210 (libc 2.19)
Built on Mint 17 for X11
Runs on Mint 17, Ubuntu 14-15, Debian 8, Puppy 6, any using glibc 2.19 or higher etc.
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xpuz source download

xpuz 2.7.1 source download
Download xpuz source

To build and install xpuz...
Go to the xpuz-source folder and  make, sudo make install

Note: xJigsaw does not require xpuz. The download is here only to provide the source.