Most of our development work is done on Linux (OpenSuse and Kubuntu) computers and it was a nuisance transferring files to a Windows machine for burning ROMs and microcontrollers.
The Galep-5 programmer (Farnell 1417616) uses ethernet over usb for its connection and runs under Windows and Linux.
The Linux installer is available from the manufacturer's web-site: http://www.conitec.net/english/software.php
Installing this on a 64-bit Suse system needed extra 32-bit drivers before it would run properly.
The command line listed the missing dependencies (libgthread, libpng12 and libGLU).
Once these were added (the first two via Yast2, the last one from OpenSuse 'get it' page), the GUI ran.
It did not find the programmer however.
The following fixed that:
linux-ktws:~ # ifconfig usb0 192.168.167.1 netmask 255.255.255.255 up
linux-ktws:~ # route add -host 192.168.167.12 usb0
We now have a working programmer communicating with our Linux workstation.
I will try installing on a Kubuntu computer later.
Hope this is helpful to someone else.