Are there any DICOM (medical imaging) viewers left in the Fedora repos?
My favorite, Aeskulap, disappeared several years ago due to ancientness in the autoconf setup. Apparently the package maintainer could not get it to build, and it was dropped from the distro; I can’t get it to autoconf myself either.
Ginkgo CADx used to work as well (can’t remember where I got it) but I could only find precompiled binaries built against openssl-1.0.0. I cloned the source from github; it requires wxWidgets and although I installed the Fedora repo for wxWidgets, cmake cannot find it. I think mingw is a WIndows package anyway. I’d rather stab red hot needles in my eyes than debug that.
There is an rpm package for an app called “Weasis” but I can’t get it to do anything more than display an empty purple screen, and the documentation is incomprehensible.
I don’t think there are any at the moment. I was looking into saving aeskulap a long time ago for the Fedora Medical project, but upstream was inactive even then. The GitHub repo doesn’t exist any more either: https://github.com/jenslody/aeskulap
It’s not a perfect solution, but ImageMagick (and GraphicsMagick) can convert DICOM files to more-typical consumer image formats (PNG, jpg, whatever). I imagine if more advanced DICOM features are needed that’s basically useless, but if you just want to look at the images…