There are several ways to download GTG:
- Tarball release
- for Ubuntu
- for Debian
- for Fedora
- for Opensuse
- for Archlinux
- for OpenBSD
- for FreeBSD
- for Gentoo
- for Mandriva
- for other Linux distributions
- for Windows
For everyone under Linux
Tarballs with source code of GTG are available here: https://launchpad.net/gtg/+download
In order to start GTG, uncompress the archive in a folder and type:
You must have the following package installed (as named under Ubuntu):
* Python, 2.6 or above * PyGTK * python-support * python-configobj * python-xdg * python-dbus * python-liblarch * yelp (to read GTG documentation)
If you want to install GTG on your system, it is highly advised to not use the traditional setup.py. Instead, use the package built for your distribution.
sudo apt-get install gtg
apt-get install gtg (in Sid)
yum install gtg (available here)
click here. Package done by Andrew Wafaa.
It looks like there’s already a package
There’s a port available done by Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse.
There’s a port available, done by Ruslan “mrk” Mahmatkhanov.
It looks like there’s a portage
For Mandriva 2010.0 : urpmi gtg –media Backports
For Mandriva > 2010.0 : urpmi gtg
For other distributions
If you did a package for your distribution, just tell us so we can put it on this page.
Alexandre Collignon has started to work on a windows port of GTG, it has its own Launchpad project site, here: https://launchpad.net/gtg-win