Setting up GTK for GNU/Linux and Unix
In order to install GTK for GNU/Linux and Unix systems, you will need to get the GLib, GObject-Introspection, Pango, Gdk-Pixbuf, ATK and GTK packages to build GTK. To read more about these packages, please refer to the Architecture.
To build an environment for GTK, install all the dependencies listed below:
To build GTK 3.24, see the installation guide. For additional help, FAQ is a good starting point.
Some applications still require GTK 2, an older stable version of GTK. You can have the run-time and development environments for GTK 3.x, GTK 2.x and GTK 1.2 installed simultaneously on your computer.