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We currently provide precompiled packages for various
GNU/Linux distributions. If no binary is provided for your
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Since the move from CVS to Subversion, the OGo developers can easily provide
alpha quality snapshots. Previously the OGo project only provided so called
"nightly builds" which where generated from the very latest source changes
of the developers (so called "CVS HEAD").
While those nightly builds provided a very good quality due to the maturity
of the OGo sourcecode base, you could still run into "grape builds", builds
which were broken due to recent changes.
So what was formerly provided by "nightly builds", the CVS HEAD, is now
called "trunk" in Subversion terminology. If you fetch a trunk build, you
get the very latest changes (including the very latest bugs).
This is where 'releases' come in. With Subversion its very easy to freeze a
certain 'trunk' as a release. Note that a release can be of Alpha quality, that is, it got minimal testing. Yet a release is 'frozen' and it is ensured
that the release isn't a "grape build".
Summary: use some release, unless you know what you are doing :-)
TODO: describe the process for stable/unstable branches.
Note that instead of performing a manual download, we recommend to use
RPM systems or apt on Debian.
On Fedora you can also choose to use
(though apt4rpm works just fine on Fedora as well).
A FreeBSD port can be found here:
Please follow the developer instructions on getting the OpenGroupware.org
source code and building on your platform. Building OGo on Unix systems
isn't particulary difficult and you can find help in one of our mailinglists.
fetching the source packages
building the source tree
Also be sure to visit our porting projects!