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If you can't access the current version from your operating system's repositories you'll need to get it from this site. Some helpful users of GRAMPS have made packages for various systems. If you're lucky you'll find your system below. If it's missing you can contact the developers email list for advice.
{{cleanup|fi}} * '''Ubuntu''' and derivatives (Kubuntu, Mephis, ...): Ubuntu packages are available on [ GRAMPS download page].** (10.10) : See [ gramps_3.3.2-1.debOldFiles]** (10.04) : [ gramps_3.3.2-1.deb]** Jaunty Jackalope (9.04) : download [ gramps_3.2.6-1_Ubuntu9.deb] ** Intrepid Ibex (8.10) : download [ gramps_3.1.2-1_Ubuntu810.deb]** Hardy (8.04) : download [ gramps_3.1.1-1_Ubuntu840.deb]** Gutsy (7.10) : download [ gramps_3.0.3-1_Ubuntu710.deb]** Feisty (7.04) : download [ gramps_2.2.10-1_all.deb] and [ gramps-help_2.2.10-1_all.deb] , and install with your package manager. Standard you could use the [ gdebi] package.** Dapper, Edgy and before: 2.2.10 is not available yet, for now download [ gramps_2.2.8-1dapper1_all.deb] and [ gramps-help_2.2.8-1dapper1_all.deb] , and install with your package managerarchives.
* '''SuSE''': Richard Bos has been providing the GRAMPS releases for SuSE's apt repository. They are available from his [ ''rbos'' repository]. See also the forum entry about [ satisfying GRAMPS dependencies for SuSE with the ''rbos'' and SMART].
* '''Mandriva''': Newer versions of GRAMPS are sometimes backported. To install backports you must enable the ''backports'' repository (make sure you understand the instructions on the [ Mandriva wiki]). If the latest version is not in the ''backports'' repository you cab try the ''contrib'' repository.
* '''Fedora''': For Fedora Core 6 look on the [ GRAMPS download page] for a package containing ''fc6'' and ending with ''.rpm''. For Fedora 7, ''fc7'' and so on. The alternative to installing from source is to [[fedora rpmFedora RPM|build a package]] from an rpm spec file, or install a binary from fedora testing.
* '''Debian''': the latest version should be in the ''unstable'' repository ([ Sid Gramps]) and can be upgraded from your package manager. The ''testing'' repository is updated 10 days later (except near a new stable release), see [ Lenny Gramps].

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