System requirements: Linux in general.

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Consider making backup copies of the MemorySurfer .imsf file or as exported a .xml file.

Source code: MemorySurfer.tar.xz* — 45376 bytes • v1.0.1.155

*Please check the byte length and the checksum** of your downloaded file.
**SHA256 = b02ebec6fdd5a769b74e68c2075a596360393c47c590c52336c0fca9685601ce

Most recent version on GitHub:

open a terminal window and change into the directory.

 $ cd Downloads/

downloading the .tar.xz file is probably done with a browser, but it could be done in the terminal too

:~/Downloads $ wget

Then check the file size.

:~/Downloads $ ls -l total 32
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 45376 May 26 02:16 MemorySurfer.tar.xz

Check the SHA256.

:~/Downloads $ sha256sum MemorySurfer.tar.xz b02ebec6fdd5a769b74e68c2075a596360393c47c590c52336c0fca9685601ce MemorySurfer.tar.xz

Decompressing is probably better done in Files. But here is how to do it in the terminal:

:~/Downloads $ xz -d MemorySurfer.tar.xz :~/Downloads $ ls -l total 248
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 326144 May 26 02:16 MemorySurfer.tar
~/Downloads $ tar xf MemorySurfer.tar ~/Downloads $ ls -l total 252
drwxr-xr-x 7 user user 4096 May 26 01:21 MemorySurfer
-rw-r--r-- 1 user user 326144 May 26 02:16 MemorySurfer.tar

The setup is described for RasPiOS, Fedora and Debian.

February 6, 2022