Official release distributionthe SourceForge download site. Releases are signed with GPG to assert integrity. Our public GPG key can be found here. Install and upgrade info.
We generate the key with: gpg -bas [filename]
# rpm -q gnupg
A Debian package is available in Debian Wheezy (stable).
RPM packaging (Redhat, Fedora, CentOS, Suse, ++).
Select the latest version to find the RPM Enable the EPEL repository. Install with:
yum localinstall ledgersmb-1.3.xx-x.noarch.rpm --nogpgcheck Read: rpm -qi ledgersmb
On Centos 5 & 6 rebuild the source package (rpmbuild --rebuild ledgersmb-1.3.xx-x.src.rpm) (rpmbuild install: yum install rpm-build)
On Fedora 18 read this to install the missing perl-Config-Std
Contribute your updated ledgersmb.spec file. Take a look at build.sh to make your own package.
These are not signed by the project public key but might be signed separately. Contribute your updated install and port info. image with LedgerSMB 1.3.37 available from SourceForge (created by Frans v.d. Star).
Other Community Projects
- LedgerSMB::API and LedgerSMB::API::OSCommerce:
- ledgersmb-ru: russian, ledgersmb 1.2.21, translation and Windows patch
Keeping up with the latest developments
The latest 1.3.x and 1.4.x direct from GitHub as a .zip file (it's not an official release, but it my have the latest fixes you need) 1.3.x from GitHub or 1.4.x from GitHub. Check the repository for the change log in GitHub (1.3.x), in 1.4.x from GitHub or the changes in bleeding edge ('master').
The project moved from Subversion to Git(Hub) some time ago. Any references to the Subversion repository on Sourceforge are out-dated.