The Gnash team builds binary packages for a number of architectures, primary
to make it easier for people to stay uptodate with Gnash between releases. You can
get to the entire list via these links. Please remember these are often bleeding
edge, but most of the time should be stable. Most problems can will likely be
the following update.
Because these are experimental packages, there may be issues with dependencies,
or other problems. The prefered place to get releases is from your regular distribution
channel. These packages are built primarily to allow people to test snapshots of Gnash
between official releases.
Package repositories are signed with following key
To add this key, use "apt-key add gnashdev.key" as root.
$ wget http://getgnash.org/gnashdev.key -O-|sudo apt-key add -
Debian or Ubuntu users can set their systems up to use our deb repository
of Gnash snapshots. Add one of these to your sources.list file, and then run
"apt-get update". There are packages for i386, amd64, armel, and mipsel.
Not all combinations of architecture and distribution have packages due to
not having all the needed hardware. Donations are appreciated.
deb http://www.getgnash.org/debs/debian lenny main
deb http://www.getgnash.org/debs/debian sid main
deb http://www.getgnash.org/debs/debian squeeze main
deb http://www.getgnash.org/debs/ubuntu maverick main
deb http://www.getgnash.org/debs/ubuntu lucid main
deb http://www.getgnash.org/debs/ubuntu karmic main
deb http://www.getgnash.org/debs/ubuntu jaunty main
deb http://www.getgnash.org/debs/gnewsense metad main
The Jaunty and Karmic repositories are armel only. Karmic runs on the Genesi
SmartTop and SmartBook, Jaunty on a Sharp NetWalker.
Fedora users can set their systems up to use our yum repository of Gnash
snapshots. Create a gnash.repo file, put this following text as the contents,
and the copy the file to /etc/yum.repos.d/.
name=Gnash Snapshot for Fedora $releasever
OLPC - X0
The One Laptop Per Child X0 machines are currently either geode based
(the older ones), or VIA c7 based (the new beta ones), both of which are
x86 based. However the OLPC distribution is based on Fedora 11, so the above
works on the X0 as well. Adding our repository is the best way to keep
flash working on your X0.
A binary zip file of an unoffical and unsupported windows port
is here. The pubic GPG
for this is at