Ubuntu Repository of Arakhnê.org

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

VersionNameArchitecturesPublication DateEnd-of-Support Date
12.04 LTS[1]Precise Pangolinamd64, others[2]April, 2012April, 2017
14.04 LTS[1]Trusty Tahramd64, others[2]April, 2014April, 2019
16.04[1]Xenial Xerusamd64, others[2]April, 2016April, 2021
16.10[1]Yakketu Yakamd64, others[2]October, 2016February, 2017
17.04[1]Zesty Zapusamd64, others[2]April, 2017January, 2018

[1]LTS means Long Time Support.

[2]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/sources.list.d and /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d for configurating their package managers.

You could download and copy the following file 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 into your /etc/apt/sources.list file.
The line to add is one of:
deb http://download.tuxfamily.org/arakhne/ubuntu trusty-arakhne universe deb http://download.tuxfamily.org/arakhne/ubuntu precise-arakhne universe deb http://download.tuxfamily.org/arakhne/ubuntu xenial-arakhne universe deb http://download.tuxfamily.org/arakhne/ubuntu yakkety-arakhne universe

deb http://download.tuxfamily.org/arakhne/ubuntu zesty-arakhne universe

The supported distributions are:

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.

Again if you are not confident with shell, you may use Synaptic to add this signature.