|2015-12-07||Simpler Repository Access|
|2015-11-02||Remove 10.4 and 14.10|
|Blue||Not yet supported version|
Direct download from the archive pool
The sources tarballs and the Debian/Ubuntu packages could be directly downloaded from the Download Area.
Supported Ubuntu Versions
|Version||Name||Architectures||Publication Date||End-of-Support Date|
|12.04 LTS||Precise Pangolin||amd64, others||April, 2012||April, 2017|
|14.04 LTS||Trusty Tahr||amd64, others||April, 2014||April, 2019|
|15.04||Vivid Velvet||amd64, others||April, 2015||April, 2016|
|15.10||Wily Werewolf||amd64, others||October, 2015||July, 2016|
|16.04||Xenial Xerus||amd64, others||April, 2016||-|
The officially supported architecture is amd64. The other architectures i386, ia64 and powerpc are provided for user convenience without any warranty. The support for other Ubuntu architectures is not yet planned.
The Arakhnê.org supports are mapped to release schedules provided by Ubuntu teams.
Get the Configuration Files for APT
The recent Debian and Ubuntu systems use the content of the folders
/etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d for configurating their package managers.
You could download and copy the two following files for accessing to the Arakhnê.org package repository. An alternative, is to follow the instructions in the next section for installing the repository by hand.
Use our Ubuntu/Debian Package Source
The Ubuntu packages could be downloaded by adding the Arakhnê.org package source
The line to add is one of:
deb http://download.tuxfamily.org/arakhne/ubuntu wily-arakhne universe deb http://download.tuxfamily.org/arakhne/ubuntu vivid-arakhne universe deb http://download.tuxfamily.org/arakhne/ubuntu trusty-arakhne universe deb http://download.tuxfamily.org/arakhne/ubuntu precise-arakhne universe
The supported distributions are:
wily-arakhnefor Wily Werewolf;
vivid-arakhnefor Vivid Velvet;
trusty-arakhnefor Trusty Tahr;
precise-arakhnefor Precise Pangolin.
If you are not confident with shell, you may use Synaptic to add this package source.
The repository and the packages are signed by a GPG public key. You must add this key into your apt key list to avoid warnings.
- Add the key with Synaptic:
- Download the public key;
- Open synaptic;
- Menu > Config > Repositories;
- Open the tab "Authentifications" or "Keys";
- Click on "Import a key file";
- Select the downloaded key, and click "Ok".
- Add the key from the MIT key server:
sudo apt-key adv --recv-keys --keyserver pgp.mit.edu 21A59D90
- Add the key from the command line:
- Download the public key:
wget -q http://download.tuxfamily.org/arakhne/public2.key -Othekey.asc
- Add it into the apt system with the following command line:
sudo apt-key add thekey.asc
- Download the public key:
Again if you are not confident with shell, you may use Synaptic to add this signature.