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https://www.lysator.liu.se/~gunnar/gtp/Does it work on Linux?
The "engine only" download has Linux binaries included, which can be used with any Go GUI that supports the GTP protocol (almost all of them do). To use the OpenCL version you must have OpenCL drivers and an OpenCL ICD loader installed, please see the included README.TXT.
The installer and graphical interface work and are fully functional under wine-1.9.23 or later. The Wine version included with Ubuntu 16.04 (1.8.5) is too old and will not work. You can get updated ones via a PPA.
GoGui is a Java client compliant with GTP versions 1 and 2. It also contains a collection of GTP tools for automatic game play, networking, regression testing and more. Licensed under the GNU GPL. Written by Markus Enzenberger.
gGo is a Java client compliant with GTP version 1. It is available free of charge but without source. An older version was distributed under the GNU GPL. Written by Peter Strempel.
Goban is a client for Mac OS X, compliant with GTP version 1. It is available free of charge but without source. There is also a version called FreeGoban, which is distributed under the GNU GPL. Written by Sente Software.
Goben is a client written in C using GTK libraries for graphics. Compliant with GTP versions 1 and 2. Licensed under the GNU GPL. Written by Wayne Myers.