PySide Binaries Linux

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If your distributions is not listed here, check out Building PySide on Linux for how to build PySide yourself from source. You might also want to build from source if the packages in your distribution are outdated.


Maintainer: Didier Raboud (OdyX)

Pyside is in the official Ubuntu and Debian repos. Each module is a separate package. Be aware that any dependencies will be installed too. For example, PySide2.QtGui package is installed by:

sudo apt install python3-pyside2.qtgui


PySide is in the official Fedora package repositories. Use the following command to install PySide:

sudo dnf install python3-pyside2

The PySide6 is currently not packaged and must be installed in other way:

pip install pyside6


Maintainer: Carlos Goncalves (cgoncalves)

To install PySide on openSUSE 11.2 perform the following commands as root:

zypper ar shiboken/openSUSE_11.2/ pyside
zypper refresh pyside
zypper install python-pyside

There are also packages for openSUSE 11.1 and openSUSE Factory available.

Git clone:



Stable builds

Maintainer: Hugo Osvaldo Barrera (hobarrera)

The latest stable version of PySide is packaged in the Arch User Repositories (AUR), as python2-pyside and python2-pyside-tools.

Git builds

Maintainer: Douglas Andrade (dsa)

To install PySide binaries from git repositories (not the latest oficial release), add the following to your /etc/pacman.conf file:

Server =

To install it, just run the following command:

sudo pacman -S pyside-git pyside-tools-git



Maintainer: Carlos Goncalves (cgoncalves)

To install PySide on Mandriva 2010 perform the following commands:

urpmi.addmedia pyside:devel cgoncalves:/pyside:/shiboken/Mandriva_2010/home:cgoncalves:pyside:shiboken.repo
urpmi.update -a
urpmi python-pyside

Git clone: