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The primary means for distributing SIL Linux software is through a package repository that targets recent releases of Debian and Ubuntu. This will parallel the main distro repository, and provide SIL-only packages or newer versions of SIL packages that are also in the upstream distro repository.  This package repository can be accessed at http://packages.sil.org/
 
The primary means for distributing SIL Linux software is through a package repository that targets recent releases of Debian and Ubuntu. This will parallel the main distro repository, and provide SIL-only packages or newer versions of SIL packages that are also in the upstream distro repository.  This package repository can be accessed at http://packages.sil.org/
  

Revision as of 10:35, 24 November 2010

The primary means for distributing SIL Linux software is through a package repository that targets recent releases of Debian and Ubuntu. This will parallel the main distro repository, and provide SIL-only packages or newer versions of SIL packages that are also in the upstream distro repository. This package repository can be accessed at http://packages.sil.org/

Currently we are discussing the design and setup of the SIL Linux repository system in Repository.

For non-repository based systems, such as Mac and OLPC, there is a software download area here.